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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

FOR

BE1-851 OVERCURRENT PROTECTION SYSTEM MODBUS PROTOCOL

D2590-07 05-15-97

Publication: Revision:

9 2899 00 992 B 10/99

INTRODUCTION
This manual provides detailed communications protocol information for BE1-851, Overcurrent Protection System with the ModBus Protocol.

WARNING
TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE, ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL SHOULD PERFORM THE PROCEDURES PRESENTED IN THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION
MEGGERS AND HIGH POTENTIAL TEST EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE USED WITH EXTREME CARE. INCORRECT USE OF SUCH EQUIPMENT COULD DAMAGE COMPONENTS CONTAINED IN THE DEVICE.

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First Printing: May 1997 Printed in USA 1997, 1999, Basler Electric Co., Highland, IL 62249 October 1999

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

TABLE OF CONTENTS
General INFORMATION ...........................................................................................................................1 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................1 Category..........................................................................................................................1 ........................................................................................................................................1 Message Structure..........................................................................................................1 ...........................................................................................................................1 Device Address Field .........................................................................................1 Function Code Field ...........................................................................................2 ...........................................................................................................................2 Data Block Field .................................................................................................2 Error Check Field ...............................................................................................2 Serial Transmission Details.............................................................................................2 Message Framing And Timing Considerations ...............................................................3 Error Handling And Exception Responses......................................................................3 COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS ...............................................................3

DETAILED MESSAGE QUERY AND RESPONSE ..................................................................................4 Read Holding Registers ..................................................................................................4 Query .................................................................................................................4 Response...........................................................................................................4 Preset Single Register (Write Single Holding Register) ..................................................4 Query .................................................................................................................4 Response...........................................................................................................5 Return Query Data..........................................................................................................5 Restart Communications Option .....................................................................................5 Listen Only Mode ............................................................................................................5 Preset Multiple Registers ................................................................................................6 Query .................................................................................................................6 Response...........................................................................................................6 DATA FORMATS .........................................................................................................................7 Floating Point Data Format (FP) ....................................................................................7 Double Precision Data Format (DP) ..............................................................................7 Long Integer Data Format (LI) .......................................................................................8 Integer Data Format (INT)..............................................................................................8 Short Integer Data Format (SI) ......................................................................................8 ASCII Character Data Format ( ASC(1) ).......................................................................8 ASCII String Data Format ( ASC(x) ) .............................................................................9 Bit Mapped Data Format ( BM(x) ) .................................................................................9 CRC Error Check ............................................................................................................9 Session Access Registers ..............................................................................................10

MAPPING BE1-851 PARAMETERS INTO MODICON.............................................................................13

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HOLDING REGISTER ADDRESS SPACE...............................................................................................13 GENERAL ....................................................................................................................................13 CONVENTIONS...........................................................................................................................13 REGISTER TABLE ORDERED BY REGISTER NUMBER.......................................................14 Session Parameters...........................................................................................14 Template Parameters ........................................................................................14 Group Setting Parameters .................................................................................15 Global Setting Parameters .................................................................................16 Serial Port Setting Parameters...........................................................................16 System Data Setting Parameters.......................................................................17 Breaker Duty Setting Parameters ......................................................................17 Relay Data Setting Parameters .........................................................................17 Custom Logic Setting Parameters .....................................................................18 System Labels And Id Setting Parameters ........................................................23 Legacy: Product Information ..............................................................................25 Legacy: Time and Date......................................................................................25 Legacy: Breaker Duty ........................................................................................25 Legacy: Select Before Operate (SBO) and Control Commands........................26 Legacy: Metering - Primary Parameters ............................................................26 Legacy: Reporting..............................................................................................26 Report Parameters.............................................................................................27 Metering Parameters .........................................................................................30

Register Details.........................................................................................................................................31 GENERAL INFORMATION..........................................................................................................31 Logic Settings..................................................................................................................31 Logic Modes:......................................................................................................31 Logic Mask And Terms: .....................................................................................33 Logic Term Count: .............................................................................................34 Session Parameters...........................................................................................34 Template Parameters ........................................................................................35 Global Parameters .............................................................................................35 Control Parameters ............................................................................................36 Group Setting Parameters .................................................................................39 Global Setting Parameters .................................................................................40 Serial Port Setting Parameters...........................................................................41 System Data Setting Parameters.......................................................................42 Breaker Duty Setting Parameters ......................................................................42 Relay Data Setting Parameters .........................................................................43 Custom Logic Setting Parameters .....................................................................45 System Labels And Id Setting Parameters ........................................................45 Report Parameters.............................................................................................46 Metering Parameters .........................................................................................54 Legacy Map .......................................................................................................54 Legacy: Product Information ..............................................................................54 Legacy: Time and Date......................................................................................54 Legacy: Breaker Duty ........................................................................................54 Legacy: Select Before Operate (SBO) and Control Commands........................55 Legacy: Metering - Primary Parameters ............................................................55 Legacy: Reporting..............................................................................................56 ASCII COMMAND VERSUS MODBUS REGISTER CROSS REFERENCE...............................62 MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

GENERAL INFORMATION
This document describes the ModBus communications protocol employed by BE1-851 relays, and how to exchange information with BE1-851 relays over a ModBus network. The BE1-851 communicates by emulating a subset of the Modicon 984 Programmable Controller.

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
ModBus communications use a master-slave technique in which only the master can initiate a transaction. This transaction is called a query. When appropriate, a slave (BE1-851) responds to the query. When a ModBus master communicates with a slave, information is provided or requested by the master. Information residing in the BE1-851 is grouped categorically as follows: Category Session Parameters Global Parameters Control Parameters (Select Before Operate) Setting Parameters Report Parameters Metering Parameters All supported data can be read as specified in the register table. Abbreviations are used in the Register Table to indicate the register type. Register types are: Read/Write Read Only = RW = R-

Select Before Operate (SBO) functions are used to change active settings groups and control outputs. There are four settings groups in the BE1-851, one of which may be selected as active using SBO commands. When a slave receives a query, the slave responds by either supplying the requested data to the master or performing the requested action. A slave device never initiates communications on the ModBus, and will always generate a response to the query unless certain error conditions occur. The BE1-851 is designed to communicate on the ModBus only as a slave device. A master can query slaves individually or universally. A universal (broadcast) query, when allowed, evokes no response from any slave device. If a query to an individual slave device requests actions unable to be performed by the slave, the slave response message contains an exception response code defining the error detected. Exception response codes are quite often enhanced by the information found in the Error Details block of holding registers.

Message Structure Master initiated queries and BE1-851 responses share the same message structure. Each message is comprised of four message fields. They are: Device Address Function Code Data Block Error Check field (1 byte) (1 byte) (n bytes) (2 bytes)

Device Address Field The device address field contains the unique ModBus address of the slave being queried. The addressed slave repeats the address in the device address field of the response message. This field is 1 byte. 1

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Although ModBus protocol limits a device address from 1 - 247, a BE1-851 can be assigned a device address in the range of 1 - 65534. The address is user-selectable at installation, and can be altered during real-time operation. NOTE To set the device address from the front panel, use the GENERAL SETTINGS mode and set the ADR parameter on screen 6.1.3 COM2 R-485. See Instruction Manual, 9 2899 00 990, Section 6. (Use the SG-COM command to set the device address from the front or rear RS-232 ASCII ports.)

Function Code Field

The function code field in the query message defines the action to be taken by the addressed slave. This field is echoed in the response message, and is altered by setting the most significant bit (MSB) of the field to 1 if the response is an error response. This field is 1 byte. The BE1-851 maps all available data into the Modicon 984 holding register address space (4XXXX) and supports the following function codes. Function 03 (03 hex) - read holding registers Function 06 (06 hex) - preset single register (write single holding register) Function 08 (08 hex), subfunction 00 - diagnostics: return query data Function 08 (08 hex), subfunction 01 - diagnostics: restart communications option Function 08 (08 hex), subfunction 04 - diagnostics: force listen only mode Function 16 (10 hex) - preset multiple registers, non-broadcast and broadcast

Data Block Field The query data block contains additional information needed by the slave to perform the requested function. The response data block contains data collected by the slave for the queried function. An error response will substitute an exception response code for the data block. The length of this field varies with each query. See the paragraphs on Register Definitions in this manual for interpretation of data. Error Check Field The error check field provides a method for the slave to validate the integrity of the query message contents and allows the master to confirm the validity of response message contents. This field is 2 bytes. Serial Transmission Details A standard ModBus network offers two transmission modes for communication: ASCII or remote terminal unit (RTU). The BE1-851 supports only the RTU mode. Each 8-bit byte in a message contains two 4-bit hexadecimal characters. The message is transmitted in a continuous stream with the LSB of each byte of data transmitted first. Transmission of each 8-bit data byte occurs with one start bit and either one or two stop bits. Parity checking is performed, when enabled, and can be either odd or even. The transmission baud rate is user-selectable, and can be set at installation and altered during real-time operation. The BE1-851 ModBus supported baud rates are 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200. The factory default baud rate is 9600. NOTE To set the baud rate from the front panel, use the GENERAL SETTINGS, screen 6.1.3, and set the COM2 BAUD parameter. Please refer to the Instruction Manual, 9 2899 00 990, Section 6. (Use the SG-COM command to set the COM2 baud rate from the front or rear RS-232 ASCII ports.) BE1-851 supports both RS-232-C and RS-485 compatible serial interfaces. Both interfaces are accessible from the rear panel of the BE1-851. The RS-232-C interfaces (front and rear) are configured for ASCII command mode while the RS-485 interface is configured for ModBus communication, when this option is installed. The tenth character of the relay style number must be 1 for the relay to be configured for ModBus. 2

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Message Framing And Timing Considerations When receiving a message, the BE1-851 requires an inter-byte latency of 3.5 character times before considering the message complete. Once a valid query is received, the BE1-851 waits a specified amount of time before responding. This time delay is set in the remote delay time parameter with the SG-COM ASCII command. This parameter contains a value from 10 - 200 milliseconds. The default value is 10 milliseconds. Table 1 provides the response message transmission time (in seconds) and 3.5 character times (in milliseconds) for various message lengths and baud rates. Table 1. Timing Considerations 3.5 character Time (ms) Message Tx Time (sec.) 128 Bytes 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 32.1 16.04 8.021 4.0104 2.0052 1.17 0.59 0.29 0.15 0.07 256 Bytes 2.35 1.17 0.59 0.29 0.15

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Error Handling And Exception Responses Any query received that contains a non-existent device address, a framing error, or CRC error is ignored. No response is transmitted. Queries addressed to a BE1-851 with an unsupported function code or illegal values in the data block result in an error response message with an exception response code. The exception response codes supported by the BE1-851 are provided in Table 2. Table 2. Supported Exception Response Codes Code 01 02 03 Name Illegal Function Illegal Data Address Illegal Data Value Meaning The query Function/Subfunction Code is unsupported; query read of more than 125 registers; query preset of more than 100 registers A register referenced in the data block does not support queried read/write. A preset register data block contains an incorrect number of bytes or one or more data values out of range.

COMMUNICATIONS HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS


The BE1-851 RS-485 physical interface is three positions of a terminal strip with locations for Send/Receive A (A), Send/Receive B (B) and Signal Ground (C). Refer to the BE1-851 Instruction Manual ( 9 2899 00 990 ) for further details.

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

DETAILED MESSAGE QUERY AND RESPONSE


A detailed description of BE1-851 supported message queries and responses is provided in the following paragraphs. Read Holding Registers Query This query message requests a register or block of registers to be read. The data block contains the starting register address and the quantity of registers to be read. A register address of N will read holding register N+1. If the query is a broadcast (device address = 0), no response message is returned. Device Address Function Code = Starting Address Hi Starting Address Lo No. of Registers Hi No. of Registers Lo CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check 03 (hex)

The number of registers cannot exceed 125 without causing an error response with the exception code for an illegal function. Response The response message contains the data queried. The data block contains the block length in bytes followed by the data (one Data Hi byte and one Data Lo byte) for each requested register. Reading an unassigned holding register returns a value of zero. Device Address Function Code = 03 (hex) Byte Count Data Hi (For each requested register, there is one Data Hi and one Data Lo.) Data Lo . . Data Hi Data Lo CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check

Preset Single Register (Write Single Holding Register) A Preset Single Register query message requests a single register to be written. The BE1-851 will perform the write when the device address is the same as the BE1-851s remote address. Query Data will cease to be written if any of the following exceptions occur. Queries to write to Read Only registers result in an error response with Exception Code of Illegal Data Address. A query to write an illegal value (out of range) to a register results in an error response with Exception Code of Illegal Data Value. 06 (hex) 4

Device Address Function Code =

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Address Hi Address Lo Data Hi Data Lo CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check Response The response message echoes the Query message after the register has been altered. Return Query Data This query contains data to be returned (looped back) in the response. The response and query messages should be identical. If the query is a broadcast (device address = 0), no response message is returned. Device Address Function Code = Subfunction Hi = Subfunction Lo = Data Hi = xx (don't care) Data Lo = xx (don't care) CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check 08 (hex) 00 (hex) 00 (hex)

Restart Communications Option This query causes the remote communications function of the BE1-851 to restart, terminating an active listen only mode of operation. No effect is made upon primary relay operations. Only the remote communications function is effected. If the query is a broadcast (device address = 0), no response message is returned. If the BE1-851 receives this query while in the listen only mode, no response message is generated. Otherwise, a response message identical to the query message is transmitted prior to the communications restart . Device Address Function Code = Subfunction Hi = Subfunction Lo = Data Hi = xx (don't care) Data Lo = xx (don't care) CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check 08 (hex) 00 (hex) 01 (hex)

Listen Only Mode This query forces the addressed BE1-851 to the listen only mode for ModBus communications, isolating it from other devices on the network. No responses are returned. While in the listen only mode, the BE1-851 continues to monitor all queries. The BE1-851 does not respond to any other query until the listen only mode is removed. All write requests with a query to Preset Multiple Registers (Function Code = 16) are also ignored. When the BE1-851 receives the restart communications query, the listen only mode is removed. Device Address Function Code =08 (hex) Subfunction Hi = Subfunction Lo = Data Hi = xx (don't care)

00 (hex) 04 (hex) 5

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Data Lo = xx (don't care) CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check Preset Multiple Registers A preset multiple registers query could address multiple registers in one slave or multiple slaves. If the query is a broadcast (device address = 0), no response message is returned. Query A Preset Multiple Register query message requests a register or block of registers to be written. The data block contains the starting address and the quantity of registers to be written, followed by the Data Block byte count and data. The BE1851 will perform the write when the device address is the same as the BE1-851s remote address or when the device address is 0. A device address is 0 for a broadcast query. A register address of N will write Holding Register N+1. Data will cease to be written if any of the following exceptions occur. Queries to write to Read Only registers result in an error response with Exception Code of Illegal Data Address. Queries attempting to write more than 100 registers cause an error response with Exception Code Illegal Function. An incorrect Byte Count will result in an error response with Exception Code of Illegal Data Value. There are several instances of registers that are grouped together to collectively represent a single numerical BE1851 data value (ie, floating point data and 32-bit integer data). A query to write a subset of such a register group will result in an error response with Exception Code Illegal Data Address. A query to write an illegal value (out of range) to a register results in an error response with Exception Code of Illegal Data Value.

Device Address Function Code =10 (hex) Starting Address Hi Starting Address Lo No. of Registers Hi No. of Registers Lo Byte Count Data Hi Data Lo . . . Data Hi Data Lo CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check Response The response message echoes the starting address and the number of registers. There is no response message when the query is a broadcast (device address = 0). Device Address Function Code = Starting Address Hi Starting Address Lo No. of Registers Hi No. of Registers Lo CRC Hi error check CRC Lo error check

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DATA FORMATS
BE1-851 data varies from one to four bytes in length. Single byte data resides in the holding register least-significant byte with the most-significant byte set to zero. Floating point data and long integer data (each 32-bits in length) place the two most-significant bytes in the higher holding register address of the associated register pair. Floating Point Data Format (FP) The ModBus floating point data format uses two consecutive holding registers to represent a data value. The first register contains the low-order 16 bits of the following 32 bit format: MSB is the sign bit for the floating point value (0 = positive). The next 8 bits are the two's complement exponent biased by 127 decimal. The 23 LSBs comprise the normalized mantissa. The most-significant bit of the mantissa is always assumed to be 1 and is not explicitly stored, yielding an effective precision of 24 bits.

The value of the floating point number is obtained by multiplying the binary mantissa times two raised to the power of the unbiased exponent. The assumed bit of the binary mantissa has the value of 1.0, with the remaining 23 bits providing a fractional value. Table 3 shows the floating point format. Table 3. Floating Point Format 2's Complement Of (Exponent + 127) 8 Bits
-37

Sign 1 Bit

Mantissa 23 Bits
38

The floating point format allows for values ranging from approximately 8.43X10 to 3.38X10 . A floating point value of all zeroes is the value zero. A floating point value of all ones (not a number) signifies a value currently not applicable or disabled. Example: The value 95,800 represented in floating point format is hexadecimal 47BB1C00. This number will read from two consecutive holding registers as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) Value hex 1C hex 00 hex 47 hex BB

The same byte alignments are required to write. Double Precision Data Format (DP) The legacy version of BE1-851 ModBus supports the double precision data format, which uses two consecutive registers to represent a data value. The first register(A) contains the high-order 16 bits of double precision data, and is the actual data value divided by 10,000. The second register(B) contains the low-order 16 bits of double precision data, and is the actual data value modulus 10,000. The format is:

Double precision = A(10,000) + B


Example: The value 95,800 represented in double precision format is: 95800 = (9 x 10,000) + 5800, or 000916A8. This number will read from two consecutive holding registers as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) Value hex 00 hex 09 7 hexadecimal

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) hex 16 hex A8

The same byte alignments are required to write. Long Integer Data Format (LI) The ModBus long integer data format uses two consecutive holding registers to represent a 32 bit data value. The first register contains the low-order 16 bits and the second register contains the high-order 16 bits. Example: The value 95,800 represented in long integer format is hexadecimal 00017638. This number will read from two consecutive holding registers as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) Value hex 76 hex 38 hex 00 hex 01

The same byte alignments are required to write. Integer Data Format (INT) The ModBus integer data format uses a single holding register to represent a 16 bit data value. Example: The value 4660 represented in integer format is hexadecimal 1234. This number will read from a holding register as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) Value hex 12 hex 34

The same byte alignments are required to write. Short Integer Data Format (SI) The ModBus short integer data format uses a single holding register to represent an 8 bit data value. The holding register high byte will always be zero. Example: The value 132 represented in short integer format is hexadecimal 84. This number will read from a holding register as follows: Holding Register Value K (Hi Byte) hex 00 K (Lo Byte) hex 84 The same byte alignments are required to write. ASCII Character Data Format ( ASC(1) ) The ModBus ASCII character data format uses a single holding register to represent a single character value. The holding register high byte will always be zero with the ASCII character code in the low byte. Example: The character D represented in ASCII character format is hexadecimal 44. This number will read from a holding register as follows: Holding Register Value 8

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol K (Hi Byte) hex 00 K (Lo Byte) hex 44 The same byte alignments are required to write. ASCII String Data Format ( ASC(x) ) The ModBus ASCII string data format uses one or more holding registers to represent a sequence, or string, of character values. If the string contains a single character, the holding register high byte will contain the ASCII character code and the low byte will be zero. Example: The string PASSWORD represented in ASCII string format will read as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) K+2 (Hi Byte) K+2 (Lo Byte) K+3 (Hi Byte) K+3 (Lo Byte) Value P A S S W O R D

Example: If the above string is changed to P, the new string will read as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) K+2 (Hi Byte) K+2 (Lo Byte) K+3 (Hi Byte) K+3 (Lo Byte) Value P hex 00 hex 00 hex 00 hex 00 hex 00 hex 00 hex 00

The same byte alignments are required to write. Bit Mapped Data Format ( BM(x) ) The bit mapped data format uses two or more holding registers to represent a sequence of bit values. The ModBus Bit Map data format can represent an 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit, or 64 bit value. Example: The Bit Map value of the hexadecimal number 0x123456789ABCDEF0 using a BM64 format will read as follows: Holding Register K (Hi Byte) K (Lo Byte) K+1 (Hi Byte) K+1 (Lo Byte) K+2 (Hi Byte) K+2 (Lo Byte) K+3 (Hi Byte) K+3 (Lo Byte) CRC Error Check Value 0x12 0x34 0x56 0x78 0x9A 0xBC 0xDE 0xF0

This field contains a two-byte CRC value for transmission error detection. The master first calculates the CRC and appends it to the query message. The BE1-851 recalculates the CRC value for the received query and performs a comparison to the query CRC value to determine if a transmission error has occurred. If so, no response message is 9

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol generated. If no transmission error has occurred, the slave calculates a new CRC value for the response message and appends it to the message for transmission. The CRC calculation is performed using all bytes of the device address, function code and data block fields. A 16-bit CRC-register is initialized to all 1's. Then each eight-bit byte of the message is used in the following algorithm: First, exclusive-OR the message byte with the low-order byte of the CRC-register. The result, stored in the CRC-register, will then be right-shifted eight times. The CRC-register MSB is zero-filled with each shift. After each shift, the CRC-register LSB is examined. If the LSB IS a 1, the CRC-register is then exclusive-ORed with the fixed polynomial value A001 (hex) prior to the next shift. Once all bytes of the message have undergone the above algorithm, the CRC-register will contain the message CRC value to be placed in the error check field. Session Access Registers The ACCESS REQUEST and the EXIT registers are used to access and release write privileges while changing relay settings, resetting report registers, or using control commands through the ModBus port. This feature is important because it prevents changes from being made concurrently from two areas. For example, a user cannot make changes from COM0 at the same time a remote user is making changes via ModBus from COM2. Changing the settings through the ModBus port requires that the operator write to the ACCESS REQUEST register to obtain programming access. This must follow writing the ACCESS PASSWORD register(s) with a password to obtain access to change settings associated with the password. Different passwords give the ability or access to perform different operations. The relay will deny access if an invalid password is entered or if another user has already been granted programming access through another serial port or at the front panel. Only one user can have access at any one time. If no password protection is used, it is still necessary to obtain access in order to protect against accidental changes. If password protection is disabled, then writing the ACCESS REQUEST register will be accepted in place of a password. The relay will transmit a valid response message if the access query was received and executed. The relay will respond with an error message if the access query could not be executed. Changing settings through a ModBus communication port consists of the following sequence : Step 1. Preset Multiple Registers query to ACCESS PASSWORD register(s) to specify password. Step 2. Preset Multiple Registers query to ACCESS REQUEST register to access write privileges. Step 3. Preset Multiple Registers queries to change the current settings. Step 4. Preset Multiple Registers query to EXIT register to clear access and save. Changes are not made to the working settings but to a scratch-pad copy of the settings. After the change(s) are made, the new data will be copied to the working settings and saved to non-volatile memory when the EXIT register is written with a Y. It is important to make all changes to relay parameters before writing the EXIT register. This prevents a partial or incomplete protection scheme from being implemented. Template Registers The BE1-851 uses three templates. A template is a block of holding registers to which the user assigns one of a number of similar groups of parameters. Templates are used for settings groups, fault summaries and report generation. The BE1-851 has four settings groups. The GRP template is assigned the parameters of a settings group. Therefore, before reading or writing settings group values, a user must first specify which settings group is to be associated with the template. This is accomplished by writing the desired settings group number (0-3) into the SETTINGS GROUP SELECTION Template holding register. The BE1-851 stores up to 12 faults. Each fault is accessed by its fault number which ranges from 1 to 255. The FLT template is assigned the parameters of a particular fault occurrence. Therefore, before reading fault summary values, a user must first specify which fault number is to be associated with the template. This is accomplished by writing the desired fault number (1-255) into the FAULT SELECTION Template holding register.

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol The BE1-851 generates 10 ASCII reports. The RPT template is assigned the text of a report. Therefore, before reading report text, a user must first specify which report is to be associated with the template. This is accomplished by writing the desired report number into the REPORT SELECTION Template holding register along with the associated report identifier, if any, into the REPORT FOCUS Template holding register. Fault Summary Registers The user can enter any fault number (1 255) into the FAULT SELECTION Template holding register to associate summary parameters for that fault number with the FLT Template. The Fault Template Status register (47513) indicates whether or not that fault number specifies a recent fault (one of 12 stored faults). If so, the Fault Template Status register value is the fault number; otherwise, it is zero and all FLT template values will read zero. The Fault Indicator register (47512) value is the fault number (1 255) of the most recent fault. The user may construct his front-end GUI to link this register value into the FAULT SELECTION Template holding register, thereby automatically associating the FLT template with the most recent fault occurrence. Report Generation Registers The BE1-851 generates numerous ASCII reports available via serial commands. Several of these reports are available intact via the ModBus communication port. The desired report is first specified by writing the REPORT SELECTION holding register. If the report requires a number to be specified, such as a fault number or number of events, that number is written into the REPORT FOCUS holding register. The report is then available via the RPT template. The report can be read from 1 to 125 registers at a time, with each register containing 2 ASCII characters of information. The report read queries can be interspersed among other query types. The RPT template is continually re-read until the report has completed. Once the report is complete, reading from the RPT template will continually return the ASCII character code of 127 (7F hexadecimal). The report cannot be re-read or another report read until the REPORT SELECTION holding register is re-written. Contiguous Poll Block Registers The user may allocate up to 125 holding registers to the Contiguous Poll Block (49875-999). This allocation allows dispersed registers which are frequently read to be polled via a single read query. A register is assigned to a position in the Poll Block by writing its address value into the corresponding position in the Contiguous Poll Block Assignments registers (40746-870). Writing a zero value leaves that Poll Block position unassigned. Once assignments are made, the values of the assigned registers may be read by polling the Contiguous Poll Block. Polling an unassigned position will return a value of zero. For example, if you wanted to continuously monitor the Date (47364), Time (47365-66), Fault Indicator (47512) and Breaker Status (47388) Holding Registers, you would first configure the Contiguous Poll Block Registers by writing the desired register address values 7364, 7365, 7366, 7512 and 7388 into the Contiguous Poll Block Assignment registers 40746 through 40750, respectively. You may now begin monitoring the specified registers by reading the first 5 locations in the Contiguous Poll Block; e.g., reading register 49875 for the Date (as specified in its corresponding assignment register 40746), reading register 49876 and 77 for the Time (as specified in their corresponding assignment registers 40747 and 48), reading register 49878 for the Fault Indicator (as specified in its corresponding assignment register 40749), and reading register 49879 for the Breaker Status (as specified in its corresponding assignment register 40750). Exception Code Enhancement Registers When a BE1-851 responds to a Preset Multiple Register query with an error response message, additional information detailing the cause of the error may be available in the ERROR DETAILS block of holding registers (49835-54). The information is in ASCII format and available by reading the message string from the ERROR DETAILS block. The message remains available until the next Preset Multiple Register query is executed unless that query is to the FAULT SELECTION Template holding register. Since this register can be written automatically and randomly in time, the ERROR DETAILS block will not be updated.

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol The ERROR DETAILS block will also contain the exit status following a Preset Multiple Register query to the EXIT (40001) register. You may clear the ERROR DETAILS message at any time without affecting system operation by sending a Preset Multiple Register query to any unassigned holding register.

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MAPPING BE1-851 PARAMETERS INTO MODICON HOLDING REGISTER ADDRESS SPACE


GENERAL
Parameters are mapped into the holding register address space (40001 49999) in blocks according to access type. Any Holding Register not listed in the Register Table of Section 3.3 is an unassigned Holding Register. A value of zero always results when reading an unassigned Holding Register. Writes to unassigned Holding Registers are legal, but no action will be taken (the write is ignored).

CONVENTIONS
The Data Format column uses the following abbreviations. ASC(x) - ASCII string, where x = the maximum defined string length BM(x) - Bit-map, where x = the number of related bits FP - Floating point INT - Integer (16-bit integer) LI - Long Integer (32-bit integer) SI - Short Integer (8-bit integer) DP - Double Precision (legacy BE1-851 only) The Notes column uses the following abbreviations: GRP Group Template Member FLT Fault Template Member RPT Report Template Member NS - Not Supported TS - Time Stamp format: MSEC of the day (0 to 86,400,000 msec) and DAYs since 01/01/1984. LEG851 - Original (legacy) BE1-851 ModBus parameter mapping.

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REGISTER TABLE ORDERED BY REGISTER NUMBER


Holding Register Parameter Read/Write Supported Data Format Notes

Session Parameters 40001 40002-05 40006 Exit Access Password Access Request RW RW RW ASC(1) ASC(8) BM(16)

Template Parameters 40036 40038 40039 40040 Settings Group Selection Fault Selection Report Selection Report Focus RW RW RW RW SI SI SI INT

Global Parameters 40080-83 40084 40085-88 40089 40090-93 40094 40095-98 40099 Global Password Global Path Setting Password Setting Path Control Password Control Path Report Password Report Path RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW ASC(8) BM(8) ASC(8) BM(8) ASC(8) BM(8) ASC(8) BM(8)

Control Parameters 40117 40118 40119 40120 40121 40122 40123 40124 40125 40126 40135 40136 40137 40138 40139 40140 40141 40142 40143 Select Group Operate Group Select Virtual Selector Switch 43 Operate Virtual Selector Switch 43 Select Virtual Selector Switch 143 Operate Virtual Selector Switch 143 Select Virtual Selector Switch 243 Operate Virtual Selector Switch 243 Select Virtual Selector Switch 343 Operate Virtual Selector Switch 343 Select 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch Operate 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch Select All Outputs Operate All Outputs Select Output A Operate Output A Select Output 1 Operate Output 1 Select Output 2 14 RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1)

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 40144 40145 40146 40147 40148 40149 40150 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1)

Parameter Operate Output 2 Select Output 3 Operate Output 3 Select Output 4 Operate Output 4 Select Output 5 Operate Output 5

Notes

Group Setting Parameters The following is the Group Template (GRP) 40269-70 40271-72 40273-74 40275-76 40277-78 40279-80 40281-82 40283-84 40285-86 40287-88 40289-90 40291-92 40305-06 40307-08 40309-10 40311-12 40313-14 40315-16 40317-18 40319-20 40321-22 40359-60 40361-62 40363-64 40365-66 40406-07 40408-09 40410-11 40412-13 40414-15 40416-17 40418-19 40420 50TP Pickup 50TP Time Delay 50TN Pickup 50TN Time Delay 50TQ Pickup 50TQ Time Delay 150TP Pickup 150TP Time Delay 150TN Pickup 150TN Time Delay 150TQ Pickup 150TQ Time Delay 51P Pickup 51P Time Dial 51P Curve Type 51N Pickup 51N Time Dial 51N Curve Type 51Q Pickup 51Q Time Dial 51Q Curve Type 62 Time Delay 1 62 Time Delay 2 162 Time Delay 1 162 Time Delay 2 79 First Automatic Reclose Delay 79 Second Automatic Reclose Delay 79 Third Automatic Reclose Delay 79 Fourth Automatic Reclose Delay 79 Reset Time Delay 79 Reclose Fail Time Delay 79 Maximum Reclose Time 79 Sequence Control RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW FP LI FP LI FP LI FP LI FP LI FP LI FP FP ASC(3) FP FP ASC(3) FP FP ASC(3) LI LI LI LI LI LI LI LI LI LI LI BM(16) GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP GRP

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Parameter

Notes

Global Setting Parameters 40606-07 40608-09 40610-11 40612-13 40614-15 40616-17 40618 40619 40620 40621 40622 40623 40624 40625 40746-870 40871 40872 40873 40874 40875 40877 40878 40879 40880 40882 40883 40884 40885 40887-90 40895-98 Breaker Fail Time Delay Programmable 51 Curve Constant Programmable 51 Curve Constant Programmable 51 Curve Constant Programmable 51 Curve Constant Programmable 51 Curve Constant A B C N R RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW LI FP FP FP FP FP SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI INT INT SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI BM(64) BM(64)

Input 1 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 1 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 2 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 2 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 3 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 3 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 4 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 4 Contact Debounce Time Delay Contiguous Poll Block Assignments Setting Group Control On Time Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Switch Time Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Return Time Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Return Level Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Switch Time Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Return Time Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Return Level Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Switch Time Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Return Time Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Return Level 79 Zone Sequence Logic Mask 79 Zone Sequence Logic Term

Serial Port Setting Parameters 40962 40964 40965 40966 40971 40972 40973 40974 40975 40980 Serial Port 0 Baud Rate Serial Port 0 Software Flow Control Serial Port 0 Page Length Serial Port 0 Acknowledgement Format Serial Port 1 Baud Rate Serial Port 1 Relay Address Serial Port 1 Software Flow Control Serial Port 1 Page Length Serial Port 1 Acknowledgement Format Serial Port 2 Baud Rate 16 RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW INT SI SI SI INT INT SI SI SI INT

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 40981 40986 40987 40988 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW Data Format INT SI SI SI

Parameter Serial Port 2 Relay Address Serial Port 2 ModBus Parity Serial Port 2 ModBus Remote Delay Serial Port 2 ModBus Stop Bits

Notes

System Data Setting Parameters 41019 41020 41021 41022 System Frequency Phase Rotation Phase CT Ratio Neutral CT Ratio RW RW RW RW SI SI INT INT

Breaker Duty Setting Parameters 41092 41093-94 41096 41097-98 41099 41100-01 41102 41103-04 41110-13 41118-21 41126-29 41134-37 Breaker Duty Type Maximum Breaker Duty Programmable Breaker Alarm #1 Mode Programmable Breaker Alarm #1 Limit Programmable Breaker Alarm #2 Mode Programmable Breaker Alarm #2 Limit Programmable Breaker Alarm #3 Mode Programmable Breaker Alarm #3 Limit Breaker Block Logic Mask Breaker Block Logic Term Breaker Close Logic Mask Breaker Close Logic Term RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW SI FP INT FP INT FP INT FP BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64)

Relay Data Setting Parameters 41259-60 41261-62 41263-64 41265-66 41267-68 41269-70 41272 41273 41275 41276 41277 Phase Demand Alarm Level Neutral Demand Alarm Level Negative Sequence Demand Alarm Level Major Alarm Mask Minor Alarm Mask Logic Alarm Mask Clock Format Date Clock Format Time Phase Demand Interval Neutral Demand Interval Negative Sequence Demand Interval RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW FP FP FP BM(32) BM(32) BM(32) ASC(1) SI SI SI SI

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 41284 41287-88 41291-94 41295-98 41299-302 41303-06 41307-10 41311-14 41315-18 41319-22 41323-26 41327-30 41331-34 41335-38 41339-42 41343-46 41347-50 41351-54 41355-58 41363-66 41371-74 41379-82 41387-90 41395-98 41403-06 41411-14 41419-22 41427-30 41435 41436 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(8) BM(32) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) ASC(1) ASC(1)

Parameter Output Hold Mask Target Mask Programmable Screen #1 Programmable Screen #2 Programmable Screen #3 Programmable Screen #4 Programmable Screen #5 Programmable Screen #6 Programmable Screen #7 Programmable Screen #8 Programmable Screen #9 Programmable Screen #10 Programmable Screen #11 Programmable Screen #12 Programmable Screen #13 Programmable Screen #14 Programmable Screen #15 Programmable Screen #16 Fault Record Trigger (Trip) Logic Mask Fault Record Trigger (Trip) Logic Term Fault Record Trigger (Pickup) Logic Mask Fault Record Trigger (Pickup) Logic Term Fault Record Trigger (Logic) Logic Mask Fault Record Trigger (Logic) Logic Term Reset Target Logic Mask Reset Target Logic Term Reset Alarm Logic Mask Reset Alarm Logic Term Filter Type for Phase DSP Filter Type for Neutral DSP

Notes

Custom Logic Setting Parameters 41465-68 41469-72 41473-76 41477-80 41481-84 41485-88 41489-92 41493-96 41497-500 41501-04 41505 41506-09 41514-17 41522 User Custom Logic Name Current Active Logic Scheme Custom Logic Name Standard Logic #1 Name Standard Logic #2 Name Standard Logic #3 Name Standard Logic #4 Name Standard Logic #5 Name Standard Logic #6 Name Standard Logic #7 Name Programmable 50TP Block Logic Mode Programmable 50TP Block Logic Mask Programmable 50TP Block Logic Term Programmable 50TN Block Logic Mode 18 RW RW RRRRRRRRRW RW RW RW ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 41523-26 41531-34 41539 41540-43 41548-51 41556 41557-60 41565-68 41573 41574-77 41582-85 41590 41591-94 41599-602 41658 41659-62 41667-70 41675-78 41683-86 41691 41692-95 41700-03 41708 41709-12 41717-20 41725 41726-29 41734-37 41844 41845-48 41853-56 41861-64 41869-72 41877 41878-81 41886-89 41894-97 41902-05 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64)

Parameter Programmable 50TN Block Logic Mask Programmable 50TN Block Logic Term Programmable 50TQ Block Logic Mode Programmable 50TQ Block Logic Mask Programmable 50TQ Block Logic Term Programmable 150TP Block Logic Mode Programmable 150TP Block Logic Mask Programmable 150TP Block Logic Term Programmable 150TN Block Logic Mode Programmable 150TN Block Logic Mask Programmable 150TN Block Logic Term Programmable 150TQ Block Logic Mode Programmable 150TQ Block Logic Mask Programmable 150TQ Block Logic Term Programmable Breaker Fail Logic Mode Programmable Breaker Fail Initiate Logic Mask Programmable Breaker Fail Initiate Logic Term Programmable Breaker Fail Block Logic Mask Programmable Breaker Fail Block Logic Term Programmable 51P Logic Mode Programmable 51P Block Logic Mask Programmable 51P Block Logic Term Programmable 51N Logic Mode Programmable 51N Block Logic Mask Programmable 51N Block Logic Term Programmable 51Q Logic Mode Programmable 51Q Block Logic Mask Programmable 51Q Block Logic Term Programmable 62 Timer Logic Mode Programmable 62 Timer Start Logic Mask Programmable 62 Timer Start Logic Term Programmable 62 Timer Block Logic Mask Programmable 62 Timer Block Logic Term Programmable 162 Timer Logic Mode Programmable 162 Timer Start Logic Mask Programmable 162 Timer Start Logic Term Programmable 162 Timer Block Logic Mask Programmable 162 Timer Block Logic Term

Notes

42010 42011-14 42019-22

Programmable Settings Group Logic Mode Programmable Settings Group Block Logic Mask Programmable Settings Group Block Logic Term

RW RW RW

INT BM(64) BM(64)

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 42027-30 42035-38 42043-46 42051-54 42059-62 42067-70 42075-78 42083-86 42133 42134-37 42142-45 42150-53 42158-61 42166-69 42174-77 42182-85 42190-93 42198 42199-202 42207-10 42215-18 42223-26 42231-34 42239-42 42247-50 42255-58 42263 42264-67 42272-75 42280-83 42288-91 42296-99 42304-07 42312-15 42320-23 42328 42329-32 42337-40 42345-48 42353-56 42361-64 42369-72 42377-80 42385-88 42393 42394-97 42402-05 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64)

Parameter Programmable Settings Group0 Select Logic Mask Programmable Settings Group0 Select Logic Term Programmable Settings Group1 Select Logic Mask Programmable Settings Group1 Select Logic Term Programmable Settings Group2 Select Logic Mask Programmable Settings Group2 Select Logic Term Programmable Settings Group3 Select Logic Mask Programmable Settings Group3 Select Logic Term Programmable Virtual Output A Term Count Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output A Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 1 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 2 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 3 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Term 1 20

Notes

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 42410-13 42418-21 42426-29 42434-37 42442-45 42450-53 42458 42459-62 42467-70 42475-78 42483-86 42491-94 42499-502 42507-10 42515-18 42523 42524-27 42532-35 42540-43 42548-51 42556-59 42564-67 42572-75 42580-83 42588 42589-92 42597-600 42605-08 42613-16 42621-24 42629-32 42637-40 42645-48 42653 42654-57 42662-65 42670-73 42678-81 42686-89 42694-97 42702-05 42710-13 42718 42719-22 42727-30 42735-38 42743-46 42751-54 42759-62 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64)

Parameter Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 4 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 5 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 6 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 7 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 8 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Term 3 21

Notes

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 42767-70 42775-78 42783 42784-87 42792-95 42800-03 42808-11 42816-19 42824-27 42832-35 42840-43 42848 42849-52 42857-60 42865-68 42873-76 42881-84 42889-92 42897-900 42905-08 42913 42914-17 42922-25 42930-33 42938-41 42946-49 42954-57 42962-65 42970-73 42978 42979-82 42987-90 42995-98 43003-06 43011-14 43019-22 43027-30 43035-38 43043 43044-47 43052-55 43060-63 43068-71 43076-79 43084-87 43092-95 43100-03 43108 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) SI

Parameter Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 9 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 10 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 11 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 12 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 13 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Term Count Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 14 Logic Term 4 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Term Count 22

Notes

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 43109-12 43117-20 43125-28 43133-36 43141-44 43149-52 43157-60 43165-68 43173 43174-77 43182-85 43190-93 43198-201 43206-09 43214-17 43222-25 43230-33 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) INT BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64) BM(64)

Parameter Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Mask 1 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Term 1 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Mask 2 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Term 2 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Mask 3 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Term 3 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Mask 4 Programmable Virtual Output 15 Logic Term 4 Programmable 79 Logic Mode Programmable Reclose Initiate Logic Mask Programmable Reclose Initiate Logic Term Programmable Reclose Status Logic Mask Programmable Reclose Status Logic Term Programmable Reclose Wait Logic Mask Programmable Reclose Wait Logic Term Programmable Reclose Drive to Lockout Logic Mask Programmable Reclose Drive to Lockout Logic Term

Notes

System Labels And Id Setting Parameters 43438-42 43453-67 43498-502 43503-06 43507-10 43511-15 43516-19 43520-23 43524-28 43529-32 43533-36 43537-41 43542-45 43546-49 43602-06 43607-10 43611-14 43615-19 43620-23 43624-27 43628-32 43633-36 43637-40 43641-45 43646-49 Relay ID Station ID Virtual Selector Switch 43 Name Label Virtual Selector Switch 43 True Label Virtual Selector Switch 43 False Label Virtual Selector Switch 143 Name Label Virtual Selector Switch 143 True Label Virtual Selector Switch 143 False Label Virtual Selector Switch 243 Name Label Virtual Selector Switch 243 True Label Virtual Selector Switch 243 False Label Virtual Selector Switch 343 Name Label Virtual Selector Switch 343 True Label Virtual Selector Switch 343 False Label Virtual Output A Name Label Virtual Output A True Label Virtual Output A False Label Virtual Output 1 Name Label Virtual Output 1 True Label Virtual Output 1 False Label Virtual Output 2 Name Label Virtual Output 2 True Label Virtual Output 2 False Label Virtual Output 3 Name Label Virtual Output 3 True Label 23 RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW ASC(10) ASC(30) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10)) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7)

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 43650-53 43654-58 43659-62 43663-66 43667-71 43672-75 43676-79 43680-84 43685-88 43689-92 43693-97 43698-701 43702-05 43706-10 43711-14 43715-18 43719-23 43724-27 43728-31 43732-36 43737-40 43741-44 43745-49 43750-53 43754-57 43758-62 43763-66 43767-70 43771-75 43776-79 43780-83 43784-88 43789-92 43793-96 43797-801 43802-05 43806-09 43849-53 43854-57 43858-61 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7)

Parameter Virtual Output 3 False Label Virtual Output 4 Name Label Virtual Output 4 True Label Virtual Output 4 False Label Virtual Output 5 Name Label Virtual Output 5 True Label Virtual Output 5 False Label Virtual Output 6 Name Label Virtual Output 6 True Label Virtual Output 6 False Label Virtual Output 7 Name Label Virtual Output 7 True Label Virtual Output 7 False Label Virtual Output 8 Name Label Virtual Output 8 True Label Virtual Output 8 False Label Virtual Output 9 Name Label Virtual Output 9 True Label Virtual Output 9 False Label Virtual Output 10 Name Label Virtual Output 10 True Label Virtual Output 10 False Label Virtual Output 11 Name Label Virtual Output 11 True Label Virtual Output 11 False Label Virtual Output 12 Name Label Virtual Output 12 True Label Virtual Output 12 False Label Virtual Output 13 Name Label Virtual Output 13 True Label Virtual Output 13 False Label Virtual Output 14 Name Label Virtual Output 14 True Label Virtual Output 14 False Label Virtual Output 15 Name Label Virtual Output 15 True Label Virtual Output 15 False Label Input 1 Name Label Input 1 True Label Input 1 False Label

Notes

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 43862-66 43867-70 43871-74 43875-79 43880-83 43884-87 43888-92 43893-96 43897-900 Read/Write Supported RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RW Data Format ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(10) ASC(7) ASC(7)

Parameter Input 2 Name Label Input 2 True Label Input 2 False Label Input 3 Name Label Input 3 True Label Input 3 False Label Input 4 Name Label Input 4 True Label Input 4 False Label

Notes

The Range 44011 45626 is the original (legacy) BE1-851 ModBus map Legacy: Product Information 44011-18 44021-27 44031-37 44046-56 44061 44081-85 44171-86 44187-202 Application Software Version Number Boot Software Version and Date Serial Number Style Number Part Number Model Number Customer Identification 1 (Relay ID) Customer Identification 2 (Station ID) RRRRRRRRASC(14) ASC(14) ASC(14) ASC(22) INT ASC(10) ASC(32) ASC(32) LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851

Legacy: Time and Date 44241 44242-43 Date and Time Day Date and Time Milliseconds RW RW INT DP LEG851 LEG851

Legacy: Breaker Duty 44251-52 44253-54 44255-56 44261-62 Breaker Duty Phase A Breaker Duty Phase B Breaker Duty Phase C Breaker Operations Counter RW RW RW RW DP DP DP DP LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register Read/Write Supported Data Format

Parameter

Notes

Legacy: Select Before Operate (SBO) and Control Commands 44301 44303 Control Select Control Operate RW RW INT INT LEG851 LEG851

Legacy: Metering - Primary Parameters 44401-02 44404-05 44407-08 44410-11 44413-14 Phase A Current Magnitude Phase B Current Magnitude Phase C Current Magnitude Neutral Current Magnitude Negative Sequence Current Magnitude RRRRRDP DP DP DP DP LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851

Legacy: Reporting 44601-02 44603 44604-05 44606-07 44608 44609-10 44611-12 44613 44614-15 44616-17 44618 44619-20 44621-22 44623 44624-25 44631-32 44633 44634-35 44636-37 44638 44639-40 44641-42 44643 44644-45 44646-47 44648 44649-50 44651-52 44653 44654-55 Peak Demand Current - Phase A Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC Peak Demand Current - Phase B Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC Peak Demand Current - Phase C Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC Peak Demand Current Neutral Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC Peak Demand Current Negative Sequence Peak Demand Current - Negative Sequence DAY Peak Demand Current - Negative Sequence MSEC Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase A Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase B Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase C Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC Todays Peak Demand Current - Neutral Today's Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC Todays Peak Demand Current Negative Sequence Today's Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq MSEC 26 RW RRRW RRRW RRRW RRRW RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 44661-62 44663 44664-65 44666-67 44668 44669-70 44671-72 44673 44674-75 44676-77 44678 44679-80 44681-82 44683 44684-85 45601-02 45603-04 45605-06 45607-08 45609-12 45617 45618 45619 45620 45621 45623 45625 Read/Write Supported RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRW RW RW Data Format DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP DP INT DP BM(32) BM(32) BM(32) BM(32) BM(64) BM(16) INT INT BM(16) BM(16) BM(16) BM(16)

Parameter Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC

Notes LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 TS,LEG851 TS,LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851 LEG851

Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq MSEC General Status Diagnostic Alarm Status Major Alarm Status Minor Alarm Status System Status Hardware Output Status Active Setting Group Active Logic Recloser Status 50 Target Status 51 Target Status BF Target Status

Report Parameters 47274-77 47282-89 47296-302 47310-16 47324-34 47364 47365-66 Model Number Application SW Version # / Date Boot SW Version # / Date Serial Number Style Number Date and Time Day Date and Time Milliseconds RRRRRRW RW ASC(8) ASC(16) ASC(14) ASC(13) ASC(21) INT LI TS TS

27

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 47367-70 47373 47374 47375-76 47377-78 47379 47380-81 47382-83 47384-85 47388 47389-92 47393 47394-95 47396-97 47398-99 47400-01 47410-11 47412 47413-14 47415-16 47417 47418-19 47420-21 47422 47423-24 47425-26 47427 47428-29 47430-31 47432 47433-34 47435-36 47437 47438-39 47440-41 47442 47443-44 47445-46 47447 47448-49 47450-51 47452 Read/Write Supported R R RRR R R R RW RRRRW RW RW RW RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRData Format BM(64) SI ASC(1) BM(32) BM(32) BM(16) BM(32) BM(32) BM(32) ASC(1) ASC(8) INT FP FP FP LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT

Parameter System Status Current Active Group Setting Current Group Control Setting Current Output Control Settings (OutputPulse) Current Output Control Settings (OutputLatch) Current Output Contact Status Active Alarm Flags (SumFlags) Active Alarm Flags (ProgAlarms) Target Status Current Breaker Status Current Active Logic Reclose Status Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase A Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase B Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase C Breaker Operation Counter Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase A Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase B Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase C Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Neutral Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Todays Peak Demand Current Phase A Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Todays Peak Demand Current Phase B Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Todays Peak Demand Current Phase C Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Todays Peak Demand Current Neutral Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day 28

Notes

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 47453-54 47455-56 47457 47458-59 47460-61 47462 47463-64 47465-66 47467 47468-69 47470-71 47472 47473-74 47475-76 47477 47478-79 47480-81 47482 47483-84 47486 47487 47488 47489 47491 47492 47493 47512 47513 Read/Write Supported RRRRRW RRRW RRRW RRRW RRRW RR RW RW RW RW RW RW RW RRData Format LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI FP INT LI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI

Parameter Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Todays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase A Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase B Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase C Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Peak Demand Current Since Reset Neutral Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Peak Demand Current Since Reset Negative Seq Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Reset Logic Alarm Information Reset Major Alarm Information Reset Minor Alarm Information Reset Relay Alarm Information Clear Fault Log Trigger Fault Record Clear Events Report Fault Indicator Fault Template Status

Notes TS

TS TS

TS TS TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

TS TS

The following is the Fault Template (FLT) 47514 47515-16 47517 47518 47519-20 47523 47524 47525-26 47527 47528-29 47530-31 47533-34 47536-37 47539-40 Fault Date and Time Day Fault Date and Time Milliseconds Fault Event Type Fault Active Group Fault Targets Fault Recloser State Fault Clearing Time Status Fault Clearing Time Fault Breaker Operate Time Status Fault Breaker Operate Time Fault Phase A Current Magnitude Fault Phase B Current Magnitude Fault Phase C Current Magnitude Fault Residual Current Magnitude 29 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRINT LI BM(16) SI BM(32) BM(16) SI FP SI FP FP FP FP FP FLT, TS FLT, TS FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT FLT

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Holding Register 47542-43 Read/Write Supported RData Format FP

Parameter Fault Negative Seq. Current Magnitude

Notes FLT

The following is the Report Template (RPT) 47595-719 Report Text RASC(250) RPT

Metering Parameters 49720 49726-27 49729-30 49732-33 49735-36 49738-39 Part Number Phase A Current Magnitude Phase B Current Magnitude Phase C Current Magnitude Residual Current Magnitude Negative Sequence Current Magnitude RRRRRRINT FP FP FP FP FP

49835-74

Error Details

R-

ASC(40)

49875-999

Contiguous Poll Block

R-

Mixed

30

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

REGISTER DETAILS
GENERAL INFORMATION
This section details the register formats and data ranges of the previous section. The two sections combined provide all information necessary to communicate with the BE1-851 ModBus Holding Registers. Any Holding Register not listed in the Register Table of Section 3.3 is an unassigned Holding Register. A value of zero always results when reading an unassigned Holding Register. Writes to unassigned Holding Registers are legal, but no action will be taken (the write is ignored). Logic Settings Logic settings consist of a combination of modes, masks, terms and term counts. Logic modes are specific to each logic set, while the masks, terms and term counts have value definitions consistent throughout all logic sets. A single logic equation consists of a mask and term pair. The logic term count is used only in VOA, VO1 toVO15 virtual output logic blocks. The logic mode enables or disables the logic equation for that logic block. The logic mask corresponds to the System Status bits that are to be evaluated. These bits are referenced in the desired logic equation and are set to 1 (non-used bits masked out as 0s). The logic term corresponds to the System Status bits TRUE or FALSE state, referenced in the desired logic equation where only the TRUE bits in the equation are set to 1. The logic term count may be of one of four logic types which are NONE (logic disabled), OR only ( a + b + c), AND only (a*b*c) or MIXED (a*b + b*c). The following defines all logic set parameters. Logic Modes: 41505 Programmable 50TP Block Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 50TN Block Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 50TQ Block Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 150TP Block Logic Mode INT Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 150TN Block Logic ModeINT Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled INT

41522

INT

41539

INT

41556

41573

31

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 41590 Programmable 150TQ Block Logic ModeINT Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable Breaker Fail Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 51P Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 51N Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 51Q Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for enabled Programmable 62 Timer Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for Privilege Triggered 2 for Edge Triggered 3 for Retriggerable 4 for Oscillator 5 for Integrator 6 for Edge Triggered Latch Programmable 162 Timer Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 for Privilege Triggered 2 for Edge Triggered 3 for Retriggerable 4 for Oscillator 5 for Integrator 6 for Edge Triggered Latch INT

41658

41691

INT

41708

INT

41725

INT

41844

INT

41877

INT

42010

Programmable Settings Group Logic Mode INT Read and Write: 0 for all setting groups disabled except group 0 1 for selecting setting group via pulsed input logic 2 for selecting setting group via sustained input logic Programmable 79 Logic Mode Read and Write: 0 for Recloser disabled 1 for Recloser standard power-up operation 2 for Recloser power-up to close operation INT

43173

32

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Logic Mask And Terms: Each set bit in the "mask" parameter indicates a significant variable in the equation. A corresponding bit in the "term" parameter indicates that the variable must be TRUE / 1 if set or FALSE / 0 if not set. Mask and Term First Register (Logic Var 0 to 15) Read and Write: Bit 15 150Q picked-up Bit 14 50Q picked-up Bit 13 150 neutral picked-up Bit 12 50 neutral picked-up Bit 11 150 phase picked-up Bit 10 50 phase picked-up Bit 9 51Q tripped Bit 8 51 neutral tripped Bit 7 51 phase tripped Bit 6 BF tripped Bit 5 150Q tripped Bit 4 50Q tripped Bit 3 150 neutral tripped Bit 2 50 neutral tripped Bit 1 150 phase tripped Bit 0 50 phase tripped Mask and Term Second Register (Logic Var 16 to 31) Read and Write: Bit 15 Logic always false L-VOx=0 Bit 14 79 block output Bit 13 79 reclose fail Bit 12 79 lockout Bit 11 79 enable / active / block tap changer Bit 10 79 close Bit 9 Serial controlled switch 343 Bit 8 Serial controlled switch 243 Bit 7 Serial controlled switch 143 Bit 6 Serial controlled switch 43 Bit 5 162 tripped Bit 4 62 tripped Bit 3 51Q picked-up Bit 2 51 neutral picked-up Bit 1 51 phase picked-up Bit 0 BF picked-up Mask and Term Third Register (Logic Var 32 to 47) Read and Write: Bit 15 Virtual Output 15 status Bit 14 Virtual Output 14 status Bit 13 Virtual Output 13 status Bit 12 Virtual Output 12 status Bit 11 Virtual Output 11 status Bit 10 Virtual Output 10 status Bit 9 Virtual Output 9 status Bit 8 Virtual Output 8 status Bit 7 Virtual Output 7 status Bit 6 Virtual Output 6 status Bit 5 Virtual Output 5 status Bit 4 Virtual Output 4 status 33 BM(16)

BM(16)

BM(16)

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Bit 3 Virtual Output 3 status Bit 2 Virtual Output 2 status Bit 1 Virtual Output 1 status Bit 0 Virtual Output A status Mask and Term Fourth Register (Logic Var 48 to 63) Read and Write: Bit 15 Setting Group 3 active Bit 14 Setting Group 2 active Bit 13 Setting Group 1 active Bit 12 Setting Group 0 active Bit 11 Output 1 trip coil monitor Bit 10 Alarm minor Bit 9 Alarm major Bit 8 Alarm logic Bit 7 HMI reset key Bit 6 101 slip contact Bit 5 101 close Bit 4 101 trip Bit 3 Input 4 status Bit 2 Input 3 status Bit 1 Input 2 status Bit 0 Input 1 status Logic Term Count: Term Count Register SI Read and Write: 0 means the logic equation is disabled (NONE) -1 means the logic equation consists of a single term of ORed variables 1 means the logic equation consists of a single term of ANDed variables 2 means the logic equation consists of the ORing of 2 terms of ANDed variables 3 means the logic equation consists of the ORing of 3 terms of ANDed variables 4 means the logic equation consists of the ORing of 4 terms of ANDed variables Session Parameters 40001 Exit ASC(1) Read: always the ASCII character 0 (zero) Write: ASCII characters Y or N (Y to save changes, N to ignore changes) Note: ERROR DETAIL block (49835-54) contains Exit status message following a write. BM(16)

40002-5 Access Password ASC(8) Read: always the ASCII character * Write: access password in ASCII character(s). Note: If password written is less than 8 characters long, a binary zero value must be included following the final password character. 40006 Access Request BM(16) Read: returns the current write access available to the ModBus user Bit 3 is set for Global Access Bit 2 is set for Setting Access Bit 1 is set for Control Access Bit 0 is set for Report Access Zero value for Read Only Access Write: To request write privileges using the password written into Access Password registers. Value written into Access Request register is arbitrary (any value will initiate the request). 34

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Note: If write access is denied, the response message will be an error response message with Illegal Function exception code. To get access the following 3 steps should be followed: Step1. Write the desired password to PASSWORD registers 40002 to 40005 Step2. Write any value to ACCESS REQUEST register 40006 Step3. Read Access Level from ACCESS REQUEST register 40006 Template Parameters 40036 Settings Group Selection SI Read: returns the current value of Settings Group Selection. Write: the desired value to assign a Settings Group to the Group (GRP) Template. O for Settings Group 0 1 for Settings Group 1 2 for Settings Group 2 3 for Settings Group 3 Fault Selection SI Read: returns the current value of Fault Selection. Write: the desired value to assign a Fault Record to the Fault (FLT) Template. Allowed values are 1 255. Note: Refer to Fault Indicator (47512) and Fault Template Status (47513) Registers.

40038

40039

Report Selection SI Read: returns the current value of Report Selection. Writing to Report Selection terminates previous report and initializes new report. See table for values. Report Focus INT Read: returns the current value of Report Focus. Write: see table for values. Note: If an illegal Report Focus value is written, the user is not notified until a read of the Report Text is attempted. Note: Write to Report Selection and Report Focus to specify the report which will be made available via the Report (RPT) Template. The template is the Report Text Block at 47595-719.

40040

Report Text 47595-719 RA-LGC Report RA-MAJ Report RA-MIN Report RA-REL Report RF Report RF-# Report RF-NEW Report RS Report RS-# Report RS-NEW Report RS-F# Report Global Parameters 40080-83 40085-88 40090-93 Global Password Setting Password Control Password

Report Selection 40039 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Report Focus 40040 Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Value of # ( 1 255 ) Not used Not used Value of # ( 1 127 ) Not used Value of # ( 1 255 )

ASC(8) ASC(8) ASC(8) 35

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 40095-98 Report Password ASC(8) Read: If global access granted, password ASCII characters are read. Otherwise, The ASCII character * is read. Write: Password in ASCII character(s). Note: If password written is less than 8 characters long, a binary zero value must be included following the final password character. 40084 40089 40094 40099 Global Path BM(8) Setting Path BM(8) Control Path BM(8) Report Path BM(8) Read: path associated with password. Write: path associated with password. Bit 2 is set for COM 2 access. Bit 1 is set for COM1 access. Bit 0 is set for COM0 / FP access.

Control Parameters All values read from and written to Select and Operate registers are ASCII characters. Select registers must be written first, followed by a write to the Operate register. A 30 second window starts after the first write to the Select register. If the second write to the Operate register is not received within the 30 second window, an error response will be returned. Writes to Operate registers 40138, 40140 to 40150 with ASCII data E (Enable Output override control) or D (Disable Output override control) requires an additional write of Y to Exit register 40001 to allow these control settings to be saved to the relay internal EEPROM.

NOTE Do not use Control Parameter Registers interchangeably with the Legacy Control Registers.

40117

Select Group ASC(1) Read: To read a value other than ASCII character X, the Select Group register must be the most recent control register written AND must have been written within the previous 30 seconds. 0 if Group 0 selection has been made. 1 if Group 1 selection has been made. 2 if Group 2 selection has been made. 3 if Group 3 selection has been made. L if Logic selection has been made. X if Group control not selected or control timer has expired Write: the desired ASCII character. 0 to select Group 0. 1 to select Group 1. 2 to select Group 2. 3 to select Group 3. L to select Logic. Operate Group ASC(1) Read: Current control. 0 if Group 0. 1 if Group 1. 2 if Group 2. 3 if Group 3. L if Logic. Write: the desired ASCII character to alter control (corresponding Select register must contain 36

40118

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol same value, written within previous 30 seconds). 0 to select Group 0. 1 to select Group 1. 2 to select Group 2. 3 to select Group 3. L to select Logic. 40119 40121 40123 40125 Select Virtual Selector Switch 43ASC(1) Select Virtual Selector Switch 143 ASC(1) Select Virtual Selector Switch 243 ASC(1) Select Virtual Selector Switch 343 ASC(1) Read: To read a value other than ASCII character X, the Select Virtual Selector Switch register must be the most recent control register written AND must have been written within the previous 30 seconds. P if Pulse Switch selection has been made. 0 if Latch Switch at 0 selection has been made. 1 if Latch Switch at 1 selection has been made. X if Virtual Selector Switch control not selected or control timer has expired Write: the desired ASCII character. P to select Pulsing the Switch. 0 to select Latching the Switch at 0. 1 to select Latching the Switch at 1. Operate Virtual Selector Switch 43 ASC(1) Operate Virtual Selector Switch 143 ASC(1) Operate Virtual Selector Switch 243 ASC(1) Operate Virtual Selector Switch 343 ASC(1) Read: Current control. P if Pulse Switch. 0 if Latch Switch at 0. 1 if Latch Switch at 1. Write: the desired ASCII character to alter control (corresponding Select register must contain same value, written within previous 30 seconds). P to Pulse Switch. 0 to Latch Switch at 0. 1 to Latch Switch at 1. Select 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch ASC(1) Read: To read a value other than ASCII character X, the Select 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch register must be the most recent control register written AND must have been written within the previous 30 seconds. C if Close selection has been made. T if Trip selection has been made. X if 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch control not selected or control timer has expired Write: the desired ASCII character. C to select Closing the Switch. T to select Tripping the Switch. Operate 101 Virtual Breaker Control Switch ASC(1) Read: Current control. C if Close Switch. T if Trip Switch. Write: the desired ASCII character to alter control (corresponding Select register must contain same value, written within previous 30 seconds). C to Close Switch. T to Trip Switch. Select All Outputs ASC(1) 37

40120 40122 40124 40126

40135

40136

40137

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Read: To read a value other than ASCII character X, the Select All Output register must be the most recent control register written AND must have been written within the previous 30 seconds. P if Pulse All Outputs selection has been made. 0 if Latch All Outputs at 0 selection has been made. 1 if Latch All Outputs at 1 selection has been made. L if programmable Logic selection has been made. E if Enable All Outputs override control has been set. D if Disable All Outputs override control has been set. X if All Outputs control not selected or control timer has expired Write: the desired ASCII character. P to select Pulsing All Outputs. 0 to select Latching All Outputs at 0. 1 to select Latching All Outputs at 1. L to select programmable Logic. E to select Enabling All Outputs override control. D to select Disabling All Outputs override control. 40138 Operate All Outputs ASC(1) Read: Current control. E if All Outputs override control Enabled. D if All Outputs override control Disabled. Write: the desired ASCII character to alter control (corresponding Select register must contain same value, written within previous 30 seconds). P to Pulse All Outputs. 0 to Latch All Outputs at 0. 1 to Latch All Outputs at 1. L to select programmable Logic. E to Enable All Outputs override control. * D to Disable All Outputs override control. *

40139 40141 40143 40145 40147 40149

Select Output A ASC(1) Select Output 1 ASC(1) Select Output 2 ASC(1) Select Output 3 ASC(1) Select Output 4 ASC(1) Select Output 5 ASC(1) Read: To read a value other than ASCII character X, the Select Output register must be the most recent control register written AND must have been written within the previous 30 seconds. P if Pulse Output selection has been made. 0 if Latch Output at 0 selection has been made. 1 if Latch Output at 1 selection has been made. L if programmable Logic selection has been made. E if Enable All Outputs serial control has been made. D if Disable All Outputs serial control has been made. X if Output control not selected or control timer has expired Write: the desired ASCII character. P to select Pulsing Output. 0 to select Latching Output at 0. 1 to select Latching Output at 1. L to select programmable Logic. E to select Enabling All Outputs override control. D to select Disabling All Outputs override control. Operate Output A Operate Output 1 Operate Output 2 Operate Output 3 Operate Output 4 Operate Output 5 ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) ASC(1) 38

40140 40142 40144 40146 40148 40150

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Read: Current control. P to Pulse Output. 0 to Latch Output at 0. 1 to Latch Output at 1. D if All Outputs override control Disabled Write: the desired ASCII character to alter control (corresponding Select register must contain same value, written within previous 30 seconds). P to Pulse Output. 0 to Latch Output at 0. 1 to Latch Output at 1. L to select programmable Logic. E to Enable All Outputs override control. * D to Disable All Outputs override control. *

* requires an additional write of Y to Exit register 40001 to allow these control settings to be saved to the relay internal EEPROM.

Group Setting Parameters 40269-70 50TP Pickup 40273-74 50TN Pickup 40277-78 50TQ Pickup 40281-82 150TP Pickup 40285-86 150TN Pickup 40289-90 150TQ Pickup Read and Write: 0.50 to 150.00 Amps FP FP FP FP FP FP

40271-72 50TP Time Delay LI 40275-76 50TN Time Delay LI 40279-80 50TQ Time Delay LI 40283-84 150TP Time Delay LI 40287-88 150TN Time Delay LI 40291-92 150TQ Time Delay LI Read and Write: 0 to 60,000 Milliseconds 40305-06 51P Pickup 40311-12 51N Pickup 40317-18 51Q Pickup Read and Write: 0.50 to 16.00 Amps 40307-08 51P Time Dial 40313-14 51N Time Dial 40319-20 51Q Time Dial Read and Write: 0.0 to 9.9 FP FP FP

FP FP FP

40309-10 51P Curve Type ASC(3) 40315-16 51N Curve Type ASC(3) 40321-22 51Q Curve Type ASC(3) Read and Write: one of the following ASCII character strings S1, S2, L1, L2, D, M, I1, I2, V1, V2, E1, E2, S1R, S2R, L1R, L2R, DR, MR, I1R, I2R, V1R, V2R, E1R, E2R, A, B, C, G, F, P, AR, BR, CR, GR, FR, PR 40359-60 62 Time Delay 1 LI 40361-62 62 Time Delay 2 LI 40363-64 162 Time Delay 1 LI 39

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 40365-66 162 Time Delay 2 LI Read and Write: 0 to 999,000 Milliseconds 40406-07 79 First Automatic Reclose Delay 40408-09 79 Second Automatic Reclose Delay 40410-11 79 Third Automatic Reclose Delay 40412-13 79 Fourth Automatic Reclose Delay 40414-15 79 Reset Time Delay 40416-17 79 Reclose Fail Time Delay 40418-19 79 Maximum Reclose Time Read and Write: 100 to 600,000 Milliseconds 40420 79 Sequence Control Read and Write: Bit 0 to Block Shot #1 Bit 1 to Block Shot #2 Bit 2 to Block Shot #3 Bit 3 to Block Shot #4 Bit 4 to Block Shot #5 BM(16) LI LI LI LI LI LI LI

Global Setting Parameters 40606-07 Breaker Fail Time Delay LI Read and Write: 50 to 999 Milliseconds 40608-09 Programmable 51 Curve Constant Read and Write: 0.0000 to 600.0000 40610-11 Programmable 51 Curve Constant Read and Write: 0.0000 to 25.0000 40612-13 Programmable 51 Curve Constant Read and Write: -1.0000 to +1.0000 40614-15 Programmable 51 Curve Constant Read and Write: 0.5000 to 2.5000 40616-17 Programmable 51 Curve Constant Read and Write: 0.0000 to 30.0000 40618 40619 40620 40621 40622 40623 40624 40625 A Delay B Delay C Delay N Delay R Delay FP FP FP FP FP

Input 1 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 1 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 2 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 2 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 3 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 3 Contact Debounce Time Delay Input 4 Contact Recognition Time Delay Input 4 Contact Debounce Time Delay Read and Write: 4 to 255 Milliseconds

SI SI SI SI SI SI SI SI

40746-870 Contiguous Poll Block Assignments INT Read and Write: 0 if Unassigned 1 to 9874: Holding Register 40001 to 49874 Note: To read the data from the registers programmed in this block, Contiguous Poll Block registers 49875 to 49999 must be read.

40871

Setting Group Control On Time Read and Write: 0 to 10 seconds

INT

40872

Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Switch Time 40

SI

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 40874 40877 40879 40882 40884 Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Return Time Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Switch Time Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Return Time Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Switch Time Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Return Time Read and Write: 0 to 60 minutes Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 1 Automatic Control Return Level Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 2 Automatic Control Return Level Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Switch Level Setting Group 3 Automatic Control Return Level Read and Write: 0 to 150% SI SI SI SI SI

40873 40875 40878 40880 40883 40885

SI SI SI SI SI SI

Serial Port Setting Parameters 40962 40971 40980 Serial Port 0 Baud Rate INT Serial Port 1 Baud Rate INT Serial Port 2 Baud Rate INT Read and Write: 0 300 Baud (Do not select for port 2 ModBus communications) 1 600 Baud (Do not select for port 2 ModBus communications) 2 1200 Baud 3 2400 Baud 4 4800 Baud 5 9600 Baud 6 19K Baud

40972 40981

Serial Port 1 Relay Address Serial Port 2 Relay Address Read and Write: 0 to 65,534

INT INT

40964 40973 Read:

Serial Port 0 Software Flow Control Serial Port 1 Software Flow Control 0 if XON / XOFF Control is disabled 1 if XON / XOFF Control is enabled Write: 0 to disable XON / XOFF Control 1 to 255 to enable XON / XOFF Control

SI SI

40965 40974

Serial Port 0 Page Length SI Serial Port 1 Page Length SI Read and Write: 0 for disabled 1 to 40 for number of lines / page Serial Port 0 Acknowledgement Format Serial Port 1 Acknowledgement Format Read: 0 if No acknowledge 1 if Acknowledge enabled Write: 0 for No acknowledge 41 SI SI

40966 40975

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 1 to 255 to enable acknowledge 40986 Serial Port 2 ModBus Parity Read and Write: 0 for No parity 1 for Even parity 2 for Odd parity SI

40987

Serial Port 2 ModBus Remote Delay Read and Write: 1 to 20: 10 to 200 Milliseconds Serial Port 2 ModBus Stop Bits Read and Write: 1 for One stop bit 2 for Two stop bits

SI

40988

SI

System Data Setting Parameters 41019 System Frequency Read and Write: 50 for 50 Hertz 60 for 60 Hertz Phase Rotation Read and Write: 1 for ABC 2 for ACB Phase CT Ratio Neutral CT Ratio Read and Write: 1 to 50,000 SI

41020

SI

41021 41022

INT INT

Breaker Duty Setting Parameters 41092 Breaker Duty Type SI Read and Write: 0 for Off 1 for Sum I, primary Centiamps 2 for Sum I, primary Centiamps FP

41093-94 Maximum Breaker Duty Read and Write: 0 to 4.29E 07 Amps 41096 41099 41102

Programmable Breaker Alarm #1 Mode Programmable Breaker Alarm #2 Mode Programmable Breaker Alarm #3 Mode Read and Write: 0 for Disabled 1 for Percent duty 2 for Breaker operations 3 for Clearing time

INT INT INT

42

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 41097-98 Programmable Breaker Alarm #1 Limit 41100-01 Programmable Breaker Alarm #2 Limit 41103-04 Programmable Breaker Alarm #3 Limit Read and Write: If mode is 1: 0 to 100% If mode is 2: 0 to 99,999 If mode is 3: 20 to 1000 Milliseconds Relay Data Setting Parameters 41259-60 Phase Demand Alarm Level 41261-62 Neutral Demand Alarm Level 41263-64 Negative Sequence Demand Alarm Level Read and Write: 0.00 to 16.00 Amps 41265 41267 41269 FP FP FP FP FP FP

Major Alarm Mask MSBs BM(16) Minor Alarm Mask MSBs BM(16) Logic Alarm Mask MSBs BM(16) Read and Write: Bits 15 to 10 Spare Bit 9 Changes Lost alarm Bit 8 - Logic = None alarm Bit 7 - Fault Record Time Out Bit 6 - Virtual Output 15 alarm Bit 5 - Virtual Output 14 alarm Bit 4 - Virtual Output 13 alarm Bit 3 - Setting Group Change Active alarm Bit 2 - Loss of IRIG-B sync or IRIG-B decode problem Bit 1 - An override is active in one or more outputs Bit 0 - EEPROM Non fatal error Major Alarm Mask LSBs BM(16) Minor Alarm Mask LSBs BM(16) Logic Alarm Mask LSBs BM(16) Read and Write: Bit 15 - User settings changed, ( 'EXIT' with 'Y' ) Bit 14 - Power reset alarm, hard reset of MPU Bit 13 - Clock problem, real time clock has not been set Bit 12 - Communicating failure alarm, read error on serial port Bit 11 - Operating System Overload detected alarm Bit 10 - Setting group override in effect Bit 9 - Excessive unbalance alarm, 50TQ unbalance output picked up Bit 8 - Neutral demand alarm, neutral demand maximum exceeded Bit 7 - Phase demand alarm, phase demand maximum exceeded Bit 6 - Breaker alarm #3 Bit 5 - Breaker alarm #2 Bit 4 - Breaker alarm #1 Bit 3 - Recloser lockout, reclose in lockout state Bit 2 - Reclose failure, reclose attempt failed Bit 1 - Breaker fail alarm, breaker fail output picked up Bit 0 - Trip Circuit Monitor continuity alarm Clock Format Date Read and Write: M for mm/dd/yy format D for dd/mm/yy format ASC(1)

41266 41268 41270

41272

43

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 41273 Clock Format Time Read and Write: 12 for 12 hour clock 24 for 24 hour clock SI

41275 41276 41277

Phase Demand Interval Neutral Demand Interval SI Negative Sequence Demand Interval Read and Write: 0 to 60 minutes Output Hold Mask Read and Write: Bit 7 - Spare Bit 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 Status Bit 4 - Output 4 Status Bit 3 - Output 3 Status Bit 2 - Output 2 Status Bit 1 - Output 1 Status Bit 0 - Output A Status BM(8)

SI SI

41284

41287

Target Mask MSBs Read and Write: Bit 15 - BF Bit 14 - 162 Bit 13 - 162 Bit 12 - 50TQ Bit 11 - 50TN Bit 10 - 50TC Bit 9 - 50TB Bit 8 - 50TA Bit 7 - Spare Bit 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Spare Bit 4 - 150TQ Bit 3 - 150TN Bit 2 - 150TC Bit 1 - 150TB Bit 0 - 150TA 41288 Target Mask LSBs Read and Write: Bit 15 - Spare Bit 14 - Spare Bit 13 - Spare Bit 12 - 51Q Bit 11 - 51N Bit 10 - 51C Bit 9 - 51B Bit 8 - 51A Bit 7-0 - Spare 41291-94 41295-98 41299-302 41303-06 41307-10 41311-14 Programmable Screen #1 Programmable Screen #2 Programmable Screen #3 Programmable Screen #4 Programmable Screen #5 Programmable Screen #6

BM(16)

BM(16)

ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) ASC(7) 44

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 41315-18 Programmable Screen #7 ASC(7) 41319-22 Programmable Screen #8 ASC(7) 41323-26 Programmable Screen #9 ASC(7) 41327-30 Programmable Screen #10 ASC(7) 41331-34 Programmable Screen #11 ASC(7) 41335-38 Programmable Screen #12 ASC(7) 41339-42 Programmable Screen #13 ASC(7) 41343-46 Programmable Screen #14 ASC(7) 41347-50 Programmable Screen #15 ASC(7) 41351-54 Programmable Screen #16 ASC(7) Read and Write: screen identifier. For example, the Output Status Screen would be 1.5.2 41435 41436 Filter Type for Phase DSP Filter Type for Neutral DSP Read and Write: F for Fundamental A for Average R for True RMS ASC(1) ASC(1)

Custom Logic Setting Parameters 41465-68 User Custom Logic Name ASC(8) Read: If programming, reads custom logic name; otherwise, reads active standard logic name. Write: New custom logic name or standard logic name of logic scheme to be copied to custom scheme. 41469-72 Current Active Logic Scheme ASC(8) Read: Current active logic name. Write: Name of logic scheme to which you desire to change. 41473-76 Custom Logic Name Read: Custom logic name. 41477-80 Standard Logic #1 Name Read: Standard logic name #1. 41481-84 Standard Logic #2 Name Read: Standard logic name #2. 41485-88 Standard Logic #3 Name Read: Standard logic name #3. 41489-92 Standard Logic #4 Name Read: Standard logic name #4. 41493-96 Standard Logic #5 Name Read: Standard logic name #5. 41497-500 Standard Logic #6 Name Read: Standard logic name #6. 41501-04 Standard Logic #7 Name Read: Standard logic name #7. System Labels And Id Setting Parameters All are Read and Write of ASCII characters. ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

ASC(8)

45

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Report Parameters 47274-77 Model Number 47282-89 Application SW Version # / Date 47296-302 Boot SW Version # / Date 47310-16 Serial Number 47324-34 Style Number Read Only: ASCII characters 47364 ASC(8) ASC(16) ASC(14) ASC(13) ASC(21)

Date and Time Day INT Read and Write: any value (days since 01/01/1984). 47365-66 Date and Time Milliseconds LI Read and Write: 0 to 86,399,999 Milliseconds 47367 System Status (Logic Var 0 to 15) Read only: Bit 15 150Q picked-up Bit 14 50Q picked-up Bit 13 150 neutral picked-up Bit 12 50 neutral picked-up Bit 11 150 phase picked-up Bit 10 50 phase picked-up Bit 9 51Q tripped Bit 8 51 neutral tripped Bit 7 51 phase tripped Bit 6 BF tripped Bit 5 150Q tripped Bit 4 50Q tripped Bit 3 150 neutral tripped Bit 2 50 neutral tripped Bit 1 150 phase tripped Bit 0 50 phase tripped BM(16)

47368

System Status (Logic Var 16 to 31) BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 Logic always false L-VOx=0 Bit 14 79 block output Bit 13 79 reclose fail Bit 12 79 lockout Bit 11 79 enable / active / block tap changer Bit 10 79 close Bit 9 Serial controlled switch 343 Bit 8 Serial controlled switch 243 Bit 7 Serial controlled switch 143 Bit 6 Serial controlled switch 43 Bit 5 162 tripped Bit 4 62 tripped Bit 3 51Q picked-up Bit 2 51 neutral picked-up Bit 1 51 phase picked-up Bit 0 BF picked-up System Status (Logic Var 32 to 47) Read only: Bit 15 Virtual Output 15 status Bit 14 Virtual Output 14 status Bit 13 Virtual Output 13 status 46 BM(16)

47369

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Bit 12 Virtual Output 12 status Bit 11 Virtual Output 11 status Bit 10 Virtual Output 10 status Bit 9 Virtual Output 9 status Bit 8 Virtual Output 8 status Bit 7 Virtual Output 7 status Bit 6 Virtual Output 6 status Bit 5 Virtual Output 5 status Bit 4 Virtual Output 4 status Bit 3 Virtual Output 3 status Bit 2 Virtual Output 2 status Bit 1 Virtual Output 1 status Bit 0 Virtual Output A status 47370 System Status (Logic Var 48 to 63) Read only: Bit 15 Setting Group 3 active Bit 14 Setting Group 2 active Bit 13 Setting Group 1 active Bit 12 Setting Group 0 active Bit 11 Output 1 trip coil monitor Bit 10 Alarm minor Bit 9 Alarm major Bit 8 Alarm logic Bit 7 HMI reset key Bit 6 101 slip contact Bit 5 101 close Bit 4 101 trip Bit 3 Input 4 status Bit 2 Input 3 status Bit 1 Input 2 status Bit 0 Input 1 status Current Active Group Setting Read only: 0 to 3 BM(16)

47373

SI

47374

Current Group Control Setting ASC(1) Read only: ASCII character 0, 1, 2, 3, L 47375 Current Output Control Settings (OutputPulse0) MSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 pulse low Bit 4 - Output 4 pulse low Bit 3 - Output 3 pulse low Bit 2 - Output 2 pulse low Bit 1 - Output 1 pulse low Bit 0 - Output A pulse low 47376 Current Output Control Settings (OutputPulse1) LSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 pulse high Bit 4 - Output 4 pulse high Bit 3 - Output 3 pulse high Bit 2 - Output 2 pulse high Bit 1 - Output 1 pulse high Bit 0 - Output A pulse high 47

BM(16)

BM(16)

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 47377 Current Output Control Settings (OutputLatch0) MSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 latch low Bit 4 - Output 4 latch low Bit 3 - Output 3 latch low Bit 2 - Output 2 latch low Bit 1 - Output 1 latch low Bit 0 - Output A latch low Current Output Control Settings (OutputLatch1) LSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 latch high Bit 4 - Output 4 latch high Bit 3 - Output 3 latch high Bit 2 - Output 2 latch high Bit 1 - Output 1 latch high Bit 0 - Output A latch high Current Output Contact Status Read only: Bits 15 to 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 Bit 4 - Output 4 Bit 3 - Output 3 Bit 2 - Output 2 Bit 1 - Output 1 Bit 0 - Output A Active Alarm Flags (SumFlags) MSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 0 Spare BM(16) BM(16)

47378

BM(16)

47379

47380

BM(16)

47381

Active Alarm Flags (SumFlags) LSBs BM(16) Read only: Bits 15 to 10 Spare Bit 9 - Not implemented (Calibration defaults loaded) Bit 8 - Not implemented (Setting defaults loaded) Bit 7 - Not implemented (Watchdog Failure) Bit 6 - Not implemented (Power Supply out of tolerance) Bit 5 - Relay not calibrated or calibration checksum error Bit 4 - Analog Problem detected Bit 3 - EEPROM Read / Write Fatal error Bit 2 - MPU Self-test error Bit 1 - Not implemented (ROM (flash) Failure detected, CRC16 Failure) Bit 0 - Not implemented (RAM Failure detected) Active Alarm Flags (ProgAlarms) MSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 10 - Spare Bit 9 - Changes Lost alarm Bit 8 - Logic = None alarm Bit 7 - Fault Record Time Out Bit 6 - Virtual Output 15 alarm Bit 5 - Virtual Output 14 alarm Bit 4 - Virtual Output 13 alarm 48 BM(16)

47382

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Bit 3 - Setting Group Change Active alarm Bit 2 - Loss of IRIG-B sync or IRIG-B decode problem Bit 1 - An override is active in one or more outputs Bit 0 - EEPROM Non fatal error 47383 Active Alarm Flags (ProgAlarms) LSBs BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 - User settings changed, ( 'EXIT' with 'Y' ) Bit 14 - Power reset alarm, hard reset of MPU Bit 13 - Clock problem, real time clock has not been set Bit 12 - Communicating failure alarm, read error on serial port Bit 11 - Operating System Overload detected alarm Bit 10 - Setting group override in effect Bit 9 - Excessive unbalance alarm, 50TQ unbalance output picked up Bit 8 - Neutral demand alarm, neutral demand maximum exceeded Bit 7 - Phase demand alarm, phase demand maximum exceeded Bit 6 - Breaker alarm #3 Bit 5 - Breaker alarm #2 Bit 4 - Breaker alarm #1 Bit 3 - Recloser lockout, reclose in lockout state Bit 2 - Reclose failure, reclose attempt failed Bit 1 - Breaker fail alarm, breaker fail output picked up Bit 0 - Trip Circuit Monitor continuity alarm Target Status MSBs Read: Bit 15 - BF Bit 14 - 162 Bit 13 - 62 Bit 12 - 50TQ Bit 11 - 50TN Bit 10 - 50TC Bit 9 - 50TB Bit 8 - 50TA Bit 7 - Spare Bit 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Spare Bit 4 - 150TQ Bit 3 - 150TN Bit 2 - 150TC Bit 1 - 150TB Bit 0 - 150TA Write any value to either register to reset all 47385 Read: Bit 15 - Spare Bit 14 - Spare Bit 13 - Spare Bit 12 - 51Q Bit 11 - 51N Bit 10 - 51C Bit 9 - 51B Bit 8 - 51A Bit 7-0 - Spare Write any value to either register to reset all Target Status LSBs BM(16) BM(16)

47384

49

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 47388 Current Breaker Status Read only: O for Open C for Closed D for Disabled (off) ASC(1)

47389-92 Current Active Logic Read only: Current active logic name 47393 Reclose Status Read only: 0 for Off 1 for Timing reclose #1 2 for Timing reclose #2 3 for Timing reclose #3 4 for Timing reclose #4 5 for Wait 6 for Lockout 7 for Reset 8 for Timing fail 9 for Timing reset

ASC(8)

INT

47394-95 47396-97 47398-99 Read:

Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase A FP Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase B FP Breaker Contact Duty Log Phase C FP If Breaker Duty Type = Off or Maximum Breaker Duty = 0, reads undefined floating point value of 0xFFFFFFFF. Otherwise, reads 0.00 to 200.00%. Write: 0 to 200%. LI

47400-01 Breaker Operation Counter Read and Write: 0 to 99,999

47410-11 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase A 47415-16 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase B 47420-21 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Phase C 47425-26 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Neutral 47430-31 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Read only: Any value (Amps) 47412 47417 47422 47427 47432 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984).

FP FP FP FP FP

INT INT INT INT INT

47413-14 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47418-19 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47423-24 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47428-29 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47433-34 Yesterdays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Read only: 0 to 86,399,999 Milliseconds 47435-36 47440-41 Todays Peak Demand Current Phase A Todays Peak Demand Current Phase B 50

LI LI LI LI LI

FP FP

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 47445-46 Todays Peak Demand Current Phase C 47450-51 Todays Peak Demand Current Neutral FP 47455-56 Todays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Read only: Any value (Amps) 47437 47442 47447 47452 47457 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Todays Peak Demand Timestamp - Day Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984). INT INT INT INT INT FP FP

47438-39 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47443-44 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47448-49 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47453-54 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond 47458-59 Todays Peak Demand Timestamp Millisecond Read only: 0 to 86,399,999 Milliseconds 47460-61 Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase A 47465-66 Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase B 47470-71 Peak Demand Current Since Reset Phase C 47475-76 Peak Demand Current Since Reset Neutral 47480-81 Peak Demand Current Since Reset Negative Seq Read and Write: Any value (Amps) 47462 47467 47472 47477 47482 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp - Day Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984).

LI LI LI LI LI

FP FP FP FP FP

INT INT INT INT INT

47463-64 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond 47468-69 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond 47473-74 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond 47478-79 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond 47483-84 Peak Demand Since Reset Timestamp Millisecond Read only: 0 to 86,399,999 Milliseconds 47486 47487 47488 47489 47491 47492 47493 Reset Logic Alarm Information SI Reset Major Alarm Information SI Reset Minor Alarm Information SI Reset Relay Alarm Information SI Clear Fault Log SI Trigger Fault Record SI Clear Events Report SI Read: 0 Write: Any value will perform reset / trigger / clear. Fault Indicator SI Read only: Most recent Fault number (1 255)

LI LI LI LI LI

47512

51

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 47513 Fault Template Status SI Read only: 0: Template not valid for current Fault Selection (Refer to Register 40038). All FLT template values will read 0. 1 to 255: Valid user selected Fault Number.

The following is the Fault Template (FLT) 47514 Fault Date and Time Day INT Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984). LI

47515-16 Fault Date and Time Milliseconds Read only: 0 to 86,399,999 Milliseconds 47517

Fault Event Type BM(16) Read only: Bit 0 for Breaker Fail Bit 1 for Trip Bit 2 for Logic Bit 3 for Pickup Bit 4 for Fault Record Trigger (Refer to Register 47492) Fault Active Group Read only: 0 to 3 Fault Targets MSBs Read only: Bit 15 BF Bit 14 162 Bit 13 62 Bit 12 50TQ Bit 11 50TN Bit 10 50TC Bit 9 50TB Bit 8 50TA Bit 7 Spare Bit 6 Spare Bit 5 Spare Bit 4 150TQ Bit 3 150TN Bit 2 150TC Bit 1 150TB Bit 0 150TA Fault Targets LSBs Read only: Bit 15 Spare Bit 14 Spare Bit 13 Spare Bit 12 51Q Bit 11 51N Bit 10 51C Bit 9 51B Bit 8 51A Bit 7 Spare Bit 6 Spare Bit 5 Spare SI

47518

47519

BM(16)

47520

BM(16)

52

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Bit 4 Spare Bit 3 Spare Bit 2 Spare Bit 1 Spare Bit 0 Spare 47523 Fault Recloser State BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 Timing Fail Bit 14 Reclose #4 Bit 13 Reclose #3 Bit 12 Reclose #2 Bit 11 Reclose #1 Bit 10 Spare Bit 9 Spare Bit 8 Spare Bit 7 Spare Bit 6 Recloser in sequence / Enabled Bit 5 Wait Bit 4 Lockout Bit 3 Spare Bit 2 Spare Bit 1 Reset Bit 0 Off Fault Clearing Time Status SI Read only: 0 if Valid Fault Clearing Time (Registers 47525-26) value 1 if No pickup 2 if N/A; Out of range

47524

47525-26 Fault Clearing Time FP Read only: 0 if Fault Clearing Time Status is not 0 (not valid). Time (xxx.xxx) in Seconds if Fault Clearing Time Status is 0 (valid). 47527 Fault Breaker Operate Time Status SI Read only: 0 if Valid Fault Breaker Operate Time (Registers 47528-29) value 1 if Unknown 2 if N/A; Out of range 3 if No operation

47528-29 Fault Breaker Operate Time FP Read only: 0 if Fault Breaker Operate Time Status is not 0 (not valid). Time (xxx.xxx) in Seconds if Fault Breaker Operate Time Status is 0 (valid). 47530-31 Fault Phase A Current Magnitude 47533-34 Fault Phase B Current Magnitude 47536-37 Fault Phase C Current Magnitude 47539-40 Fault Residual Current Magnitude 47542-43 Fault Negative Seq. Current Magnitude Read only: Value in Amps FP FP FP FP FP

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol The following is the Report Template (RPT) 47595-719 Report Text Read only: ASCII characters ( Illegal message response generated for invalid Report Focus value ). Metering Parameters 49720 Part Number Read only: 0 to 999 INT

49726-27 Phase A Current Magnitude FP 49729-30 Phase B Current Magnitude FP 49732-33 Phase C Current Magnitude FP 49735-36 Residual Current Magnitude FP 49738-39 Negative Sequence Current Magnitude FP Read only: Value in Amps 49835-74 Error Details Read only: ASCII characters 49875-999 Contiguous Poll Block Read Only: Mixed values. Legacy Map The Range 44011 45626 is the original (legacy) BE1-851 ModBus map Legacy: Product Information 44011-17 Application Software Version Number 44021-27 Boot Software Version and Date 44031-37 Serial Number 44046-56 Style Number 44081-85 Model Number 44171-86 Customer Identification 1 (Relay ID) 44187-202 Customer Identification 2 (Station ID) Read only: ASCII characters 44061 Part Number Read only: 0 to 999 INT ASC(14) ASC(14) ASC(14) ASC(22) ASC(10) ASC(32) ASC(32) ASC(40)

Mixed

Legacy: Time and Date 44241 Date and Time Day INT Read and Write: any value (days since 01/01/1984).

44242-43 Date and Time Milliseconds DP Read and Write: 0 to 86,400,000 Milliseconds Legacy: Breaker Duty 44251-52 Breaker Duty Phase A 44253-54 Breaker Duty Phase B 44255-56 Breaker Duty Phase C Read: 0.00 to 100.00% Write: 0 to 100% DP DP DP

54

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

44261-62 Breaker Operations Counter Read and Write: 0 to 99,999

DP

Legacy: Select Before Operate (SBO) and Control Commands 44301 44303 Control Select INT Control Operate INT Read: 0 if control timer has expired, otherwise last value written to Control Select (see table below). Write: See table below.

FUNCTION
OUTPUT A = 0 OUTPUT A = 1 OUTPUT A = L OUTPUT A = P OUTPUT 1 = 0 OUTPUT 1 = 1 OUTPUT 1 = L OUTPUT 1 = P OUTPUT 2 = 0 OUTPUT 2 = 1 OUTPUT 2 = L OUTPUT 2 = P OUTPUT 3 = 0 OUTPUT 3 = 1 OUTPUT 3 = L OUTPUT 3 = P OUTPUT 4 = 0 OUTPUT 4 = 1 OUTPUT 4 = L OUTPUT 4 = P OUTPUT 5 = 0 OUTPUT 5 = 1 OUTPUT 5 = L OUTPUT 5 = P

DATA
3001h 3101h 4C01h 5001h 3002h 3102h 4C02h 5002h 3003h 3103h 4C03h 5003h 3004h 3104h 4C04h 5004h 3005h 3105h 4C05h 5005h 3006h 3106h 4C06h 5006h

FUNCTION
ALL OUTPUTS = 0 ALL OUTPUTS = 1 ALL OUTPUTS = L ALL OUTPUTS = P GROUP SELECT = 0 GROUP SELECT = 1 GROUP SELECT = 2 GROUP SELECT = 3 GROUP SELECT = L SWITCH 43 = 0 SWITCH 43 = 1 SWITCH 43 = P SWITCH 143 = 0 SWITCH 143 = 1 SWITCH 143 = P SWITCH 243 = 0 SWITCH 243 = 1 SWITCH 243 = P SWITCH 343 = 0 SWITCH 343 = 1 SWITCH 343 = P SWITCH 101 = C SWITCH 101 = T

DATA
3007h 3107h 4C07h 5007h 3008h 3108h 3208h 3308h 4C08h 3009h 3109h 5009h 300Ah 310Ah 500Ah 300Bh 310Bh 500Bh 300Ch 310Ch 500Ch 430Dh 540Dh

Legacy: Metering - Primary Parameters 44401-02 Phase A Current Magnitude 44404-05 Phase B Current Magnitude 44407-08 Phase C Current Magnitude 44410-11 Neutral Current Magnitude 44413-14 Negative Sequence Current Magnitude Read only: 0 to 99,999,999 Centiamps DP DP DP DP DP

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Legacy: Reporting 44601-02 Peak Demand Current - Phase A 44606-07 Peak Demand Current - Phase B 44611-12 Peak Demand Current - Phase C 44616-17 Peak Demand Current Neutral 44621-22 Peak Demand Current Negative Sequence Read and Write: 0 to 99,999,999 Centiamps 44603 44608 44613 44618 44623 DP DP DP DP DP

Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Peak Demand Current - Negative Sequence DAY Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984).

INT INT INT INT INT

44604-05 Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC 44609-10 Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC 44614-15 Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC 44619-20 Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC 44624-25 Peak Demand Current - Negative Sequence MSEC Read only: 0 to 86,400,000 Milliseconds 44631-32 Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase A 44636-37 Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase B 44641-42 Todays Peak Demand Current - Phase C 44646-47 Todays Peak Demand Current - Neutral 44651-52 Todays Peak Demand Current Negative Sequence Read only: 0 to 99,999,999 Centiamps 44633 44638 44643 44648 44653 Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Today's Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq DAY Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984).

DP DP DP DP DP

DP DP DP DP DP

INT INT INT INT INT

44634-35 Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC DP 44639-40 Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC DP 44644-45 Today's Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC DP 44649-50 Today's Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC 44654-55 Today's Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq MSECDP Read only: 0 to 86,400,000 Milliseconds 44661-62 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A 44666-67 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B 44671-72 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C 44676-77 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral 44681-82 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current Negative Seq Read only: 0 to 99,999,999 Centiamps 44663 44668 44673 44678 44683 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral DAY Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq DAY Read only: any value (days since 01/01/1984). 56

DP

DP DP DP DP DP

INT INT INT INT INT

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol

44664-65 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase A MSEC 44669-70 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase B MSEC 44674-75 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Phase C MSEC 44679-80 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neutral MSEC 44684-85 Yesterdays Peak Demand Current - Neg Seq MSEC Read only: 0 to 86,400,000 Milliseconds 45601 General Status MSBs BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 Spare Bit 14 Spare Bit 13 Spare Bit 12 Spare Bit 11 Spare Bit 10 Spare Bit 9 Setting Group Override Active Bit 8 Output Override Active Bit 7 Spare Bit 6 Spare Bit 5 New Targets Available Bit 4 Not Supported Bit 3 Not Supported Bit 2 Not Supported Bit 1 New Demand Data Available Bit 0 New Metering Data Available General Status LSBs BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 Spare Bit 14 Not Supported Bit 13 Not Supported Bit 12 Not Supported Bit 11 Not Supported Bit 10 Recloser Status Bit 9 Relay Status Bit 8 Breaker Status Bit 7 Time Sync Requested Bit 6 Not Supported Bit 5 Not Supported Bit 4 Not Supported Bit 3 Service Request / Minor Alarm Bit 2 Device Trouble / Major Alarm Bit 1 Device Fail / Relay Trouble Alarm Bit 0 Device Restart / Microprocessor Reset Diagnostic Alarm Status MSBs Read only: Bits 15 to 0 Spare BM(16)

DP DP DP DP DP

45602

45603

45604

Diagnostic Alarm Status LSBs BM(16) Read only: Bits 15 to 8 Spare Bit 7 Watchdog Failure Bit 6 Power Supply out of tolerance Bit 5 Relay not calibrated or calibration checksum error Bit 4 Analog Problem detected 57

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Bit 3 EEPROM Read / Write Fatal error Bit 2 MPU Self-test error Bit 1 ROM (flash) Failure detected, CRC16 Failure Bit 0 RAM Failure detected 45605 45607 Major Alarm Status MSBs BM(16) Minor Alarm Status MSBs BM(16) Read only: Bits 15 to 8 - Spare Bit 7 - Spare Bit 6 - Virtual Output 15 alarm Bit 5 - Virtual Output 14 alarm Bit 4 - Virtual Output 13 alarm Bit 3 - Setting Group Change Active alarm Bit 2 - Loss of IRIG-B sync or IRIG-B decode problem Bit 1 - An override is active in one or more outputs Bit 0 - EEPROM Non fatal error Major Alarm Status LSBs BM(16) Minor Alarm Status LSBs BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 - User settings changed, ( 'EXIT' with 'Y' ) Bit 14 - Power reset alarm, hard reset of MPU Bit 13 - Clock problem, real time clock has not been set Bit 12 - Communicating failure alarm, read error on serial port Bit 11 - Operating System Overload detected alarm Bit 10 - Setting group override in effect Bit 9 - Excessive unbalance alarm, 50TQ unbalance output picked up Bit 8 - Neutral demand alarm, neutral demand maximum exceeded Bit 7 - Phase demand alarm, phase demand maximum exceeded Bit 6 - Breaker alarm #3 Bit 5 - Breaker alarm #2 Bit 4 - Breaker alarm #1 Bit 3 - Recloser lockout, reclose in lockout state Bit 2 - Reclose failure, reclose attempt failed Bit 1 - Breaker fail alarm, breaker fail output picked up Bit 0 - Trip Circuit Monitor continuity alarm System Status (Logic Var 16 to 31) BM(16) Read only: Bit 15 Logic always false L-VOx=0 Bit 14 79 block output Bit 13 79 reclose fail Bit 12 79 lockout Bit 11 79 enable / active / block tap changer Bit 10 79 close Bit 9 Serial controlled switch 343 Bit 8 Serial controlled switch 243 Bit 7 Serial controlled switch 143 Bit 6 Serial controlled switch 43 Bit 5 162 tripped Bit 4 62 tripped Bit 3 51Q picked-up Bit 2 51 neutral picked-up Bit 1 51 phase picked-up Bit 0 BF picked-up

45606 45608

45609

58

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 45610 System Status (Logic Var 00 to 15) Read only: Bit 15 150Q picked-up Bit 14 50Q picked-up Bit 13 150 neutral picked-up Bit 12 50 neutral picked-up Bit 11 150 phase picked-up Bit 10 50 phase picked-up Bit 9 51Q tripped Bit 8 51 neutral tripped Bit 7 51 phase tripped Bit 6 BF tripped Bit 5 150Q tripped Bit 4 50Q tripped Bit 3 150 neutral tripped Bit 2 50 neutral tripped Bit 1 150 phase tripped Bit 0 50 phase tripped System Status (Logic Var 48 to 63) Read only: Bit 15 Setting Group 3 active Bit 14 Setting Group 2 active Bit 13 Setting Group 1 active Bit 12 Setting Group 0 active Bit 11 Output 1 trip coil monitor Bit 10 Alarm minor Bit 9 Alarm major Bit 8 Alarm logic Bit 7 Spare Bit 6 101 slip contact Bit 5 101 close Bit 4 101 trip Bit 3 Input 4 status Bit 2 Input 3 status Bit 1 Input 2 status Bit 0 Input 1 status System Status (Logic Var 32 to 47) Read only: Bit 15 Virtual Output 15 status Bit 14 Virtual Output 14 status Bit 13 Virtual Output 13 status Bit 12 Virtual Output 12 status Bit 11 Virtual Output 11 status Bit 10 Virtual Output 10 status Bit 9 Virtual Output 9 status Bit 8 Virtual Output 8 status Bit 7 Virtual Output 7 status Bit 6 Virtual Output 6 status Bit 5 Virtual Output 5 status Bit 4 Virtual Output 4 status Bit 3 Virtual Output 3 status Bit 2 Virtual Output 2 status Bit 1 Virtual Output 1 status Bit 0 Virtual Output A status BM(16)

45611

BM(16)

45612

BM(16)

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol 45617 Hardware Output Status Read only: Bit 7 - Spare Bit 6 - Spare Bit 5 - Output 5 Status Bit 4 - Output 4 Status Bit 3 - Output 3 Status Bit 2 - Output 2 Status Bit 1 - Output 1 Status Bit 0 - Output A Status Active Setting Group Read only: 0 to 3 Active Logic Read only: 0 to 7 Recloser Status Read only: Bit 15 for Reclose Timing fail Bit 14 for Reclose Timing 4 Bit 13 for Reclose Timing 3 Bit 12 for Reclose Timing 2 Bit 11 for Reclose Timing 1 Bits 10 to 6 are Spares Bit 5 for Reclose Wait Bit 4 for Reclose Lockout Bit 3 for Reclose Failure Bit 2 for Reclose Timing Max Bit 1 for Reclose Reset Bit 0 for Recloser Active 50 Target Status Read: Bit 15 to 13 are Spares Bit 12 for 150Q Target Status Bit 11 for 150N Target Status Bit 10 for 150C Target Status Bit 9 for 150B Target Status Bit 8 for 150A Target Status Bit 7 to 5 are Spares Bit 4 for 50Q Target Status Bit 3 for 50N Target Status Bit 2 for 50C Target Status Bit 1 for 50B Target Status Bit 0 for 50A Target Status Write: Any value to clear. 45623 Read: Bit 15 to 5 are Spares Bit 4 for 51Q Target Status Bit 3 for 51N Target Status Bit 2 for 51C Target Status Bit 1 for 51B Target Status Bit 0 for 51A Target Status 60 51 Target Status BM(16) BM(16)

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45619

INT

45620

BM(16)

45621

BM(16)

BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol Write: Any value to clear. 45625 Read: Bit 15 to 3 are Spares Bit 2 for BF Target Status Bit 1 for BF Target Status Bit 0 for BF Target Status Write: Any value to clear. BF Target Status BM(16)

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BE1-851 With ModBus Protocol ASCII COMMAND VERSUS MODBUS REGISTER CROSS REFERENCE ASCII COMMAND A=<password> CO-101 CO-143 CO-243 CO-343 CO-43 CO-GROUP=<settings group> CO-OUT1 CO-OUT2 CO-OUT3 CO-OUT4 CO-OUT5 CO-OUTA CO-OUTALL CS-101 CS-143 CS-243 CS-343 CS-43 CS-GROUP=<settings group> CS-OUT1 CS-OUT2 CS-OUT3 CS-OUT4 CS-OUT5 CS-OUTA CS-OUTALL EXIT GS-PWC=<Control password>,<Control path> GS-PWG=<Global password>,<Global path> GS-PWR=<Report password>,<Report path> GS-PWS=<Settings password>,<Settings path> M-IA M-IB M-IC M-IN M-IQ RA-LGC RA-LGC=0 RA-MAJ RA-MAJ=0 RA-MIN RA-MIN=0 RA-REL RA-REL=0 RB-DUTYA=<% of duty> RB-DUTYB=<% of duty> RB-DUTYC=<% of duty> RB-OPCNTR=<number of operations> RD-PIA RD-PIB MODBUS REGISTERS 40002-40005 40136 40122 40124 40126 40120 40118 40142 40144 40146 40148 40150 40140 40138 40135 40121 40123 40125 40119 40117 40141 40143 40145 40147 40149 40139 40137 40001 40090-40093,40094 40080-40083,40084 40095-40098,40099 40085-40088,40089 49726-49727 49729-49730 49732-49733 49735-49736 49738-49739 47595-47719,40039 47486 47595-47719,40039 47487 47595-47719,40039 47488 47595-47719,40039 47489 47394-47395 47396-47397 47398-47399 47400-47401 47460-47461,47463-47464,47462 47465-47466,47468-47469,47467 62

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ASCII COMMAND RD-PIC RD-PIN RD-PIQ RD-TIA RD-TIB RD-TIC RD-TIN RD-TIQ RD-YIA RD-YIB RD-YIC RD-YIN RD-YIQ RF RF-# RF-NEW RF=0 RF=TRIG RG-DATE=<date> RG-STAT RG-TARG RG-TIME=<time> RG-VER RS RS-# RS-F# RS-NEW RS=0 S#-150TN=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-150TP=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-150TQ=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-162=<time delay 1>,<time delay2> S#-50TN=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-50TP=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-50TQ=<pickup>,<time delay> S#-51N=<pickup>,<time dial>,<curve> S#-51P=<pickup>,<time dial>,<curve> S#-51Q=<pickup>,<time dial>.<curve> S#-62=<time delay 1>,<time delay2> S#-791=<delay> S#-792=<delay> S#-793=<delay> S#-794=<delay> S#-79F=<reclose fail time delay> S#-79M=<maximum reclose time> S#-79R=<reset time delay> S#-79SCB=<sequence control block> SA-BKR1=<mode>,<alarm limit> SA-BKR2=<mode>,<alarm limit> SA-BKR3=<mode>,<alarm limit> SA-DIN=<alarm level> SA-DIP=<alarm level>

MODBUS REGISTERS 47470-47471,47473-47474,47472 47475-47476,47478-47479,47477 47480-47481,47483-47484,47482 47435-47436,47438-47439,47437 47440-47441,47443-47444,47442 47445-47446,47448-47449,47447 47450-47451,47453-47454,47452 47455-47456,47458-47459,47457 47410-47411,47413-47414,47412 47415-47416,47418-47419,47417 47420-47421,47423-47424,47422 47425-47426,47428-47429,47427 47430-47431,47433-47434,47432 47595-47719,40039 47595-47719,40039,40040 47595-47719,40039 47491 47492 47364 47367-47383,47388-47393 47384-47385 47365-47366 47274-47277,47324-47334,47282-47289,47296-47302,4731047316 47595-47719,40039 47595-47719,40039,40040 47595-47719,40039,40040 47595-47719,40039 47493 40285-40286,40287-40288 40281-40282,40283-40284 40289-40290,40291-40292 40363-40364,40365-40366 40273-40274,40275-40276 40269-40270,40271-40272 40277-40278,40279-40280 40311-40312,40313-40314,40315-40316 40305-40306,40307-40308,40309-40310 40317-40318,40319-40320,40321-40322 40359-40360,40361-40362 40406-40407 40408-40409 40410-40411 40412-40413 40416-40417 40418-40419 40414-40415 40420 41096,41097-41098 41099,41100-41101 41102,41103-41104 41261-41262 41259-41260 63

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ASCII COMMAND SA-DIQ=<alarm level> SA-LGC=<alarm number> SA-MAJ=<alarm number> SA-MIN=<alarm number> SA-RESET=<reset Alarm Logic> SB-DUTY=<mode>,<dmax.>,<Blk bkr duty> SB-LOGIC=<breaker close logic equation> SG-CLK=<date format>,<time format> SG-COM0=<baud rate>,,<page length>, <ack>>,<flow control>,>,<flow control>, SG-COM1=<baud rate>,<relay address>, <page length>,<ack>,<flow control> SG-COM2=<baud rate>,<relay address>,,,,, <parity>,<remote delay>,<stop bits> SG-CTN=<ratio> SG-CTP=<ratio> SG-DIN=<alarm interval> SG-DIP=<alarm interval> SG-DIQ=<alarm interval> SG-DSPN=<filter> SG-DSPP=<filter> SG-FREQ=<frequency> SG-HOLD=<output hold enable> SG-ID=<relay ID>,<station ID> SG-IN1=<input recognition>,<input debounce > SG-IN2=<input recognition>,<input debounce > SG-IN3=<input recognition>,<input debounce > SG-IN4=<input recognition>,<input debounce > SG-PHROT=<rotation sequence> SG-SCREEN10=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN11=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN12=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN13=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN14=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN15=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN16=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN1=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN2=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN3=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN4=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN5=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN6=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN7=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN8=<menu screen> SG-SCREEN9=<menu screen> SG-SGCON=<time> SG-TARG=<target list>,<reset Targ Logic> SG-TRIG=<trip trigger logic equation>,<pu trigger logic equation>,<logic trigger logic equation> SL-150TN=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-150TP=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-150TQ=<mode>,<block logic equation>

MODBUS REGISTERS 41263-41264 41269-41270 41265-41266 41267-41268 41419-41422,41427-41430 41092,41093-41094,41110-41113,41118-41121 41126-41129,41134-41137 41272,41273 40962,40965,40966,40964 40971,40972,40974,40975,40973 40980,40981,40986,40987,40988 41022 41021 41276 41275 41277 41436 41435 41019 41284 43438-43442,43453-43467 40619,40620 40620,40621 40622,40623 40624,40625 41020 41327-41330 41331-41334 41335-41338 41339-41342 41343-41346 41347-41350 41351-41354 41291-41294 41295-41298 41299-41302 41303-41306 41307-41310 41311-41314 41315-41318 41319-41322 41323-41326 40871 41287-41288,41403-41406,41411-41414 41355-41358,41363-41366,41371-41374,41379-41382,4138741390,41395-41398 41573,41574-41577,41582-41585 41556,41557-41560,41565-41568 41590,41591-41594,41599-41602

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ASCII COMMAND SL-162=<mode>,<ini logic equation>,<block logic equation> SL-50TN=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-50TP=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-50TQ=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-51N=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-51P=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-51Q=<mode>,<block logic equation> SL-62=<mode>,< ini logic equation>, <block logic equation> SL-79=<mode>,<RI logic equation>, <STATUS logic equation>,<WAIT logic equation>, <BLK/DTL logic equation> SL-BF=<mode>,<ini logic equation>, <block logic equation> SL-GROUP=<mode>,<D0 logic equation>, <D1 logic equation>,<D2 logic equation>, <D3 logic equation>,<auto logic equation> SL-N=<name> SL-VOA=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO1=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO2=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO3=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO4=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO5=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO6=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO7=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO8=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO9=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO10=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO11=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO12=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO13=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO14=<boolean logic equation> SL-VO15=<boolean logic equation> SL SN-143=<name>,<true label>,<false label>

MODBUS REGISTERS 41877,41878-41881,41886-41889,41894-897,41902-41905 41522,41523-41526,41531-41534 41505,41506-41509,41514-41517 41539,41540-41543,41548-41551 41708,41709-41712,41717-41720 41691,41692-41695,41700-41703 41725,41726-41729,41734-41737 41844,41845-41848,41853-41856,41861-41864,41869-41872 43173,43174-43177,43182-43185,43190-43193,4319843201,43206-43209,43214-43217,43222-43225,43230-43233 41658,41659-41662,41667-41670,41675-41678,41683-41686 42010,42027-42030,42035-42038,42043-42046,4205142054,42059-42062,42067-42070,42075-42078,4208342086,42011-42014,42019-42022 41465-41468 42133,42134-42137,42142-42145,42150-42153,4215842161,42166-42169,42174-42177,42182-42185,42190-42193 42198,42199-42202,42207-42210,42215-42218,4222342226,42231-42234,42239-42242,42247-42250,42255-42258 42263,42264-42267,42272-42275,42280-42283,4228842291,42296-42299,42304-42307,42312-42315,42320-42323 42328,42329-42332,42337-42340,42345-42348,4235342356,42361-42364,42369-42372,42377-42380,42385-42388 42393,42394-42397,42402-42405,42410-42413,4241842421,42426-42429,42434-42437,42442-42445,42450-42453 42458,42459-42462,42467-42470,42475-42478,4248342486,42491-42494,42499-42502,42507-42511,42515-42518 42523,42524-42527,42532-42535,42540-42543,4254842551,42556-42559,42564-42567,42572-42575,42580-42583 42588,42589-42592,42597-42600,42605-42608,4261342616,42621-42624,42629-42632,42637-42640,42645-42648 42653,42654-42657,42662-42665,42670-42673,4267842681,42686-42689,42694-42697,42702-42705,42710-42713 42718,42719-42722,42727-42730,42735-42738,4274342746,42751-42754,42759-42762,42767-42770,42775-42778 42783,42784-42787,42792-42795,42800-42803,4280842811,42816-42819,42824-42827,42832-42835,42840-42843 42848,42849-42852,42857-42860,42865-42868,4287342876,42881-42884,42889-42892,42897-42900,42905-42908 42913,42914-42917,42922-42925,42930-42933,4293842941,42946-42949,42954-42957,42962-42965,42970-42973 42978,42979-42982,42987-42990,42995-42998,4300343006,43011-43014,43019-43022,43027-43030,43035-43038 43043,43044-43047,43052-43055,43060-43063,4306843071,43076-43079,43084-43087,43092-43095,43100-43103 43108,43109-43112,43117-43120,43125-43128,4313343136,43141-43144,43149-43152,43157-43160,43165-43168 41473-41476,41477-41480,41481-41484,41485-41488, 41489-41492,41493-41496,41497-41500,41501-41504 43511-43515,43516-43519,43520-43523 65

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ASCII COMMAND SN-243=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-343=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-43=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-IN1=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-IN2=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-IN3=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-IN4=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VOA=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO1=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO2=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO3=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO4=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO5=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO6=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO7=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO8=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO9=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO10=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO11=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO12=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO13=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO14=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SN-VO15=<name>,<true label>,<false label> SP-79ZONE=<zone pickup logic equation> SP-BF=<time delay> SP-CURVE=<a>,<b>,<c>,<n>,<r> SP-GROUP1=<switch time>,<switch level>,<return time>,<return level> SP-GROUP2=<switch time>,<switch level>,<return time>,<return level> SP-GROUP3=<switch time>,<switch level>,<return time>,<return level>

MODBUS REGISTERS 43524-43528,43529-43532,43533-43536 43537-43541,43542-43545,43546-43549 43498-43502,43503-43506,43507-43510 43849-43853,43854-43857,43858-43861 43862-43866,43867-43870,43871-43874 43875-43879,43880-43883,43884-43887 43888-43892,43893-43896,43897-43900 43602-43606,43607-43610,43611-43614 43615-43619,43620-43623,43624-43627 43628-43632,43633-43636,43637-43640 43641-43645,43646-43649,43650-43653 43654-43658,43659-43662,43663-43666 43667-43671,43672-43675,43676-43679 43680-43684,43685-43688,43689-43692 43693-43697,43698-43701,43702-43705 43706-43710,43711-43714,43715-43718 43719-43723,43724-43727,43728-43731 43732-43736,43737-43740,43741-43744 43745-43749,43750-43753,43754-43757 43758-43762,43763-43766,43767-43770 43771-43775,43776-43779,43780-43783 43784-43788,43789-43792,43793-43796 43797-43801,43802-43805,43806-43809 40887-40890,40985-40898 40606-40607 40608-40609,40610-40611,40612-40613,40614-40615,4061640617 40872,40873,40874,40875 40877,40878,40879,40880 40882,40883,40884,40885

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CHANGES TO MANUAL
Substantive changes in this manual to date are summarized in the following table. Table Change Summary Revision A B Summary of Changes Added the Modbus Write support registers. With the release of BE1-851, Ver 3.42.00.09 and Ver 2.42.00.09, the following changes were made in Modbus. Corrected minor errors in the manual, and SN registers 43498 - 43900 ordering. Added new registers 41110-41113 (Breaker Block Logic Mask), 41118-41121 (Breaker Block Logic Term), 41269-41270 (Logic Alarm Mask), 41403-41406 (Reset Target Logic Mask), 4141141414 (Reset Target Logic Term), 41419-41422 (Reset Alarm Logic Mask), 41427-41430 (Reset Alarm Logic Term), and 47486 (Reset Logic Alarm Information). Updated register 40039 to support report #2 RA-LGC report.. ECO No. 4704 6543 Date 06/99 10/99

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